Sanna Marin made a working visit to Ukraine on May 26. She visited Bucha and Irpin, where she viewed the consequences of the occupation of cities by Russian troops. On Instagram, the head of the Finnish government posted photos from these cities.
Sanna visited the Church of St. Andrew the First-Called of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine, where the civilians who were killed and tortured by Russians were buried in a mass grave. This temple has become famous all over the world, TSN reports.
She talked to the church rector, Fr Andriy, who showed her tragic photos of the atrocities of the Russian invaders.
The Prime Minister also looked at the destroyed houses in Irpin.
“Yesterday I visited the cities of Irpin and Bucha in Ukraine, where the Russian army caused massive destruction. Russian soldiers have committed inhumane atrocities, such as torturing and killing civilians. There will be no room for impunity. Finland supports Ukraine and the International Criminal Court in bringing those responsible to justice,” the politician wrote.