Davos, Switzerland, May 23 (EFE).- An exhibition documenting alleged war crimes committed by Russian forces in Ukraine opened Monday at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Dubbed the “Russian War Crimes House”, the exhibition, featuring photos, maps, videos and testimonies of civilian victims of Russian attacks, replaces the Russia House that in previous years promoted Russian business and industry.
Set up by a Ukrainian foundation, the new exhibition exposes the alleged offenses committed by Russian forces during their invasion of Ukraine which began nearly three months ago, Ukraine’s ombudsperson Lyudmila Denisova told Efe.
It provides first-hand insights about Ukraine’s fight for its existence and sheds light on Kyiv’s need for aid, added Denisova, who participated in the inauguration.
Denisova is part of the Ukrainian delegation headed by foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba.
Representatives of the Russian government or companies have been barred from attending this year’s edition of the Forum in protest at the war in Ukraine. EFE