Lithuania Expels Russian Ambassador to Protests Russian Troops’ Massive Killing Ukrainian Civilians

On April 4 local time, the Lithuanian government announced the expulsion of the Russian ambassador, recall of the Lithuanian ambassador from Russia, and degrading diplomatic relations with Russia, in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine and war crimes committed in the massacre of civilians in the Ukrainian town of Bucha.

Lithuanian Foreign Minister Lance Berghuis said that as Russian troops partially withdraw from occupied Ukrainian cities, more atrocities committed by Russian forces against Ukrainian civilians during the occupation are likely to be exposed.

From the very beginning, Russian officials have denied all accusations that Russian troops killed and maimed Ukrainian civilians, calling them slanderous. However, over time, various onsite records of civilians being shot, sexually assaulted, and persecuted emerged, demonstrating overwhelming evidence. Russian forces’ war crimes have been denounced by many countries, and perpetrators will be sentenced and convicted by international courts to seek justice for the innocent Ukrainian civilians killed.

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