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DONETSK, October 4. /TASS/. Russia’s presidential council for human rights will present a special memorandum regarding the human rights situation in the southeast of Ukraine and submit it to the head of state soon, a member of the council, Maksim Shevchenko, currently in Donetsk, has told TASS.
“I am probing into war crimes in Ukraine. On the basis of my findings the Council for Human Rights will compile a memorandum addressed to the Russian president. The council’s members will hand it over to the head of state at a meeting on October 14,” Shevchenko said.