Ukraine War: Russia tells Sky News Zelenskyy’s Bucha bodies video is ‘fake’

Russia’s delegation at the United Nations in New York has told Sky News that a video which appears to show evidence of atrocities in Bucha is “fake”.

Dmitriy Polyanskiy, Russia’s Deputy Ambassador to the UN, told Sky News’ Mark Stone that the Ukrainian president’s presentation to the UN Security Council was incorrect, while Vasily Nebenzya said “nothing today can be taken for granted”.

Mr Zelenskyy had shown delegates a video which he said proved Russia had committed war crimes in Bucha, a town just outside of Kyiv.

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