Ursula von der Leyen, the revelation (by mistake) that leaves dismay: more than 100,000 Ukrainian soldiers died in the war

The president of the EU Commission has announced plans for a special court for Russian war crimes. Letting out a chilling figure. Immediately corrected by her spokesperson. And it's yellow


More than 100,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed since the start of the Russian operation in Ukraine on 24 February, and 20,000 civilian victims. This was stated by the president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, in a video on Twitter in which she announced Europe's proposal to create a special court on Russian crimes.

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DAMAGE – «Russia must also pay for the devastation it has caused. It is estimated that the damage suffered by Ukraine is around 600 billion euros. Russia and the oligarchs must compensate Ukraine and cover the costs of reconstruction, and we have the tools to make Russia pay. We froze 300 billion euros of the Russian central bank's reserves and froze 19 billion euros of the Russian oligarchs', added von der Leyen, specifying that the new court will work together with the the International Criminal Court in The Hague. In the next few hours, the Commission will send the Member States a proposal in this sense.

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GAFFE - Immediately after the announcement, however, the president was corrected by her spokesperson, Dana Spinant, who thanked those who had reported the inaccuracy of the figures given by von der Leyen in a tweet. “The estimate used, coming from external sources, was supposed to refer to casualties, i.e. both dead and wounded, and was intended to show Russia's brutality,” she wrote. The passage with statements by the President of the Commission was cut out of the video.

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MILITARY SECRET - According to the Ukrainian newspaper Strana, the spokesman for Volodymyr Zelensky, Sergei Nikiforov, would have commented that information on war losses is 'sensitive news', and therefore only the president, the defense minister and the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces can disseminate it.

Source: oggi.it