Head of United Nations Human Rights Mission in Ukraine, Matilda Bogner, says the world finding out the “scale and horror” of the human rights violations in Ukraine is one form of “accountability”.
Ms Bogner said there are “always” violations in wars that have a “significant level of hostility”. However, history has shown it is often “very difficult” to get accountability for these violations.
“We have definitely seen this in Ukraine,” Ms Bogner told Sky News host Chris Smith.
“It is not only one side – all sides have violated human rights and we are documenting that.
“Unfortunately, the scale of violations on the Russian side is significantly higher and we have been documenting those and will continue to document.”