NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg visited the Ukrainian town of Bucha on Thursday morning, a year after shocking images of strewn civilians' bodies shed light on the horrors of Russian occupation.
The alliance's chief said he was “deeply moved” by what he saw there.
Russian atrocities continue against the Ukrainian people today and those responsible must be held to account."
The town of Bucha, which is just north of Kyiv, has become synonymous with Russian atrocities and alleged war crimes.
Some context: Stoltenberg's visit to Ukraine is his first to the country since Moscow launched its full-scale invasion in February 2022.
Even though Ukraine is not a member of the alliance, the bloc has played a critical role in supporting Kyiv, donating military aid and hosting refugees throughout the conflict.