Prosecutors have identified the Russian commander responsible for the death of a child in the Kharkiv region

A Russian commander who ordered the shelling in the Kharkiv region that killed a child has been identified.
Source: Prosecutor General Iryna Venedyktova on Facebook
Details: The commander of the 138th Separate Motorized Infantry Brigade of the 6th General Army of the Western Military District of the Russian Armed Forces, Maximov Sergei Viktorovich, is suspected of violating the laws and customs of war in connection with premeditated murder.
Literally: “Prosecutors from the Kharkiv Regional Prosecutor's Office and investigators from the Security Service of Ukraine established that on April 26, the Russian commander murdered his subordinate.
Fire with incendiary grenades from the "Buratino" was aimed at apartment buildings. Maximov would have been sure that there were no military installations there. In addition, the use of such weapons in the civilian sector is generally prohibited under international law.
As a result of the attack, residential buildings, the Malorogan Lyceum and a dairy were damaged. A 13-year-old girl was injured in the shelling and died in hospital a few days later.
More details: According to Venedyktova, Colonel Maximov was born in Uzhhorod, in Zakarpattia. In the Kharkiv region he commanded fully armed artillery and missile divisions.

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