Late February, just hours before Russia invaded Ukraine. British Defense Minister Ben Wallace claimed Russian troops were in eastern Ukraine.Mobile crematoria are used to “reduce the losses of their troops”. A utility that increased with the course of the conflict and was also used to make “their war crimes disappear and hide the bodies of Ukrainians”, as Zelensky denounced in early March.
After the Bucha massacre in Bucha, more than 400 civilians were found dead in the streets near Kyiv. The Russian president and authorities were accused of being “war criminals”. The videos and evidence that were obtained attest to the seriousness of these events.
Western authorities warned they could use these machines to cover up multiple murders in this location, as well as in other Ukrainian regions. The NEXTA agency also confirmed that the Russian troops were using the crematoria in Mariupol to collect the bodies of the victims.
Tourmaline manufactures mobile crematoria and they are transported by trucks that follow Russian troops. The logo of the company isThe expression “Come and see, vice”Julius Caesar made this declaration to the Roman Senate in order to show how fast and successful his last call was. The company’s website describes it as “the Russian Incinerator Company.” On the ovens is painted the word “Rapidity”.According to Ukrainian media.
Alice Wairimu Nderitu (UN Special Advisor for Genocide Prevention) stated Wednesday that she is seeing “very serious signs of possible war crimes in Bucha. There, the Ukrainian authorities have denounced a massacre of civilians by Russia. On Wednesday, the United Nations High Commissioner to Human Rights confirmed that they are already Nearly 1,500 civilians were killed and over 2,000 others were injured in the conflict.Since the Russian invasion began in Ukraine on February 24, However, these figures could rise if you consider the possibility of using crematory ovens.
2013 was the first year that a video showing Russian Armed Forces using mobile crematorium stoves was published. The ovens were used to conceal the number of casualties on their side in 2014’s conflict that ended with Russia’s annexation Crimea.
Ukrainian media reported that large numbers of Russian military physicians were sent to Belarus to conceal details about the deaths and wounds of Russian soldiers. Also, to avoid disclosure of details, injured personnel are sent for long-term “rehab” to remote medical facilities.
Ukrainian media claimed that Russian troops were burning bodies in industrial equipment at Levona starch plants in Chernihiv. They also claimed that the Roskomnadzor demanded the deletion of all data regarding the Russians captured and killed.