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MOSCOW, November 18. /TASS/. Russia urges international community, influential human rights organizations to press for investigation of use of incendiary weapons, cluster and phosphorous bombs in densely-populated localities in eastern Ukraine, as well as other blatant violations of international humanitarian law, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday after Human Right Watch made public information about the use of incendiary weapons in eastern Ukraine.
“This process, along with identifying and punishing those responsible for the tragedies in Odessa and Mariupol, for mass arbitrary executions of civilians, whose dead bodies were found in mass graves in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, and for other crimes committed during the Ukrainian conflict, is to ensure the restoration of justice, law and order in Ukraine,” the ministry said. “We are confident that this process will promote the process of national reconciliation that is badly needed by the Ukrainian state and society."