Amnesty International apologizes for its report on Ukraine

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The international non-governmental organization Amnesty International has apologized for the report, which contains criticism of the Ukrainian army.

The organization said in a statement that it regrets the outrage the report has caused in Ukraine. At the same time, the organization says that they will not reject the conclusions published in the report.

In particular, the Amnesty International report notes that Ukraine violates the rules of war by placing military personnel in civilian facilities such as schools and hospitals.

The report provoked a sharply negative reaction from the Ukrainian government and society. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky called the report "selective" and "immoral". Oksana Pokalchuk, head of Amnesty International's office in Ukraine, has resigned.