The co-founder of the Swedish branch of Amnesty International, Per Westberg, announced that he was leaving the organization due to his disagreement with the report on the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
This was reported by Svenska Dagbladet.
"I have belonged to the organization for almost sixty years. It is with a heavy heart because of Amnesty's statements about the war in Ukraine that I am ending my long and fruitful cooperation," Westberg said.
Per Westberg co-founded Amnesty Sweden in the 1960s.
As a reminder, the EU responded to Amnesty International's scandalous report on Ukraine by saying that it was Russia that committed unjustified aggression and attacked civilians and civilian objects, while the Ukrainian army was trying to protect them.
Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Monday that the international human rights organization Amnesty International and the U.S. television channel CBS had launched an information attack on Ukraine in sync with Russian propaganda.