In Ukraine, it is a week-old scandal, it came to the West with a delay. Human Rights Ombudsman Lyudmila Denisova, who reported on the mass rape of Ukrainian civilians by Russian occupiers, has now admitted that she was making up. She left office unexpectedly a week ago when she was removed by the Ukrainian parliament. He cited just unsubstantiated allegations of boundless Russian rape as a reason. Denisov herself was silent for a long time. But now she has admitted that she was “exaggerating.” In her defense, she said she was doing so because she wanted to persuade the West to send more weapons to Ukraine.
No evidence Deputies told Denisov at the end of May that information about alleged sexual assaults by Russian troops “was not substantiated and diverted the world’s media from Ukraine’s real needs,” The Epoch Times reported on Thursday. In an interview with the Ukrainian news server LB.ua, Denisova said that the information about the rapes she was spreading was used to get Ukraine more military aid. She also admitted that “perhaps some allegations of rape may have been exaggerated.” “For example, when I spoke in the Italian Parliament on the Committee on International Affairs, I heard and saw such fatigue from Ukraine, you know? I talked about terrible things in order to push them in some way to the decision that Ukraine and the Ukrainian people need, “she added. As a concrete example, she said that the Italian political party The Five Stars Movement was initially opposed to providing weapons to Ukraine, but after its speech, one of the party’s leaders said that it would eventually support arms supplies to Ukraine. She has harmed Ukraine, says MP A member of the Ukrainian parliament, Pavlo Frolov, accused Denisova of spreading disinformation that “harmed Ukraine”.
He blamed her for statements about “details, unnatural sexual offenses and sexual abuse of children in the occupied territories that were not substantiated.” However, her false allegations of mass rapes, allegedly perpetrated by Russian soldiers, have garnered considerable media attention, especially in Europe and North America. Denisová was also quoted by the Czech media, including the iDNES.cz news. Russian violence against women has been protested in many European countries. Author: kpu, The Epoch Times