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“The reports of killings of people, whose bodies were found in a mass burial near Donetsk, are to be verified by the Main Investigative Directorate of the Investigative Committee in the framework of the investigation of the criminal case into the use of banned means and methods of warfare against civilians in southeastern Ukraine,” Markin said.
Russia’s Foreign Ministry called the mass burial of civilians in eastern Ukraine a military crime that could have been committed by Ukraine’s security forces.
Russia's ruling United Russia party has called to establish an international commission to investigate mass burials found near Donetsk in eastern Ukraine.
Militias of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic on Tuesday found burials on the site of Kommunar mine’s wood depot, 60 kilometres from Donetsk.
The first exhumation results following the discovery showed that the civilians, mainly young women, had been raped, tortured, tied up and gunned down.