The U.S. has cautioned the United Nations that it accepts Russia has plans to kill huge quantities of pundits, dissenters, and “weak populaces” in Ukraine or send them to camps after a normal intrusion.
Envoy Bathsheba Nell Crocker, the U.S. agent to the Office of the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva, as of late made the statements in a letter to the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, the substance of which were first announced Sunday evening by The Washington Post.
NBC News obtained the letter, which says, “We have credible information that indicates Russian forces are creating lists of identified Ukrainians to be killed or sent to camps following a military occupation.”
Crocker said in the letter that the U.S. accepts Russia would “likely target those who oppose Russian actions, including Russian and Belarusian dissidents in exile in Ukraine, journalists and anti-corruption activists, and vulnerable populations such as religious and ethnic minorities and LGBTQI+ persons.”
The report cautions of enormous scope “common freedoms infringement and misuses” and says dissidents would likewise be met with crooked power.
“We also have credible information that Russian forces will likely use lethal measures to disperse peaceful protests or otherwise counter peaceful exercises of perceived resistance from civilian populations,” the letter says.
It says Secretary of State Antony Blinken raised the matter with the U.N. Security Council last week. The U.S. likewise raised the worries in banter at the U.N. Basic liberties Council on Dec. 15.
The workplace of French President Emmanuel Macron said late Sunday that Macron handled an understanding on a fundamental level that would have President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin meet with regards to the circumstance in Ukraine.
In excess of 150,000 Russian soldiers are set up camp external Ukraine.
White House sources said late Sunday that the potential gathering has not changed its conviction that Russia has plans for an inevitable attack.