Who was Georgy Petrunin, Russian military police chief killed in Ukraine?

A Russian military police chief Georgy Petrunin from an army dynasty is the latest colonel in Vladimir Putin’s forces to be killed in Ukraine, according to reports. Lt. Col. Georgy Petrunin, 48, was the seventh of eight generations of his Cossack family to serve in the Tsarist, Soviet and Russian armies.

He was the commander of the Samara military police and was reportedly killed at an unannounced location in Ukraine.

Lt. Col. Georgy Petrunin, 48, was the seventh of eight generations of his Cossack family to serve in the Tsarist, Soviet and Russian armies.

He was the commander of the military police in Samara and was reportedly killed at an unannounced location in Ukraine.

Lt. Col. Georgy Petrunin, 48, was the seventh of eight generations of his Cossack family to serve in the Tsarist, Soviet and Russian armies.

His two sons aged 27 and 18 reportedly followed him into a military career. The oldest is in military intelligence and his youngest son is a cadet.

Petrunin had served in wars in Syria and Chechnya. According to reports, the colonel will be buried in Volgograd on Tuesday.

Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations has sharply criticized US and British efforts to suspend Moscow from the UN Human Rights Council. Russian Ambassador Vasily Nebenzia called the efforts “unbelievable.”

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“What the West is trying to do with Russia is to push Russia out of the multilateral forums that exist in the world … there is no precedent in the past,” he said. ”

He added that “whatever is happening for peace talks between Russia and Ukraine is not going to facilitate, encourage or help it.”

The United States has called on the United Nations to suspend Russia in connection with the killings of civilians in Ukraine.

“Russia cannot remain a member of the UN Human Rights Council, given the strong evidence of war crimes, including reports of mass graves and heinous massacres in Bucha,” said British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss. Russia should be suspended. “

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