‘It is not normal’: Adviser to Kyiv mayor reacts to dead civilians in Bucha

CNN's Phil Black goes to Bucha, Ukraine, where volunteers travel the city's streets, recovering the bodies of civilians killed during the Russian occupation. Then, Dmytro Bilotserkovets, an adviser to Kyiv's mayor, talks to CNN's Jake Tapper about seeing those atrocities up close. #CNN #News


  1. Condolences to all the mothers, fathers and families who lost their loved ones in Ukraine.

    1. @David C Do you? Explain exactly what you have done to help drug addicts. Come on I’m sure you have a list of donations and volunteer hours.

  2. RIP to the innocent civilians, RIP to the bravest warriors defending Ukraine 🇺🇦.

    1. @The Dark Lord lol what ? Im frome Ukraine Donbas , and I can show you HOW UKRAIN 🔪 US

  3. Words will not stop the tears of those left behind. Those left behind will never forget or forgive.
    These are not the actions of real soldiers; these are the actions of thugs. This was a war of one man’s making but now is a stain on the Russian people and the horrified memories of the survivors of a Ukraine war that should have never been.
    Blood for blood, tooth for tooth, and eye for an eye is all that is left because turning a cheek is suicide; so all that can be done now is to fight so this doesn’t happen again.
    Slava Ukraine 🇺🇦 ♥️

    1. That will be one of the saddest legacies of this war. The Ukrainians and Russian people had many family and friends in both Camps. This kind of war crime means an enmity will now be the overwhelming result between to former friendly peoples. Putin and his cohorts were NEVER Friends to Ukraine.

    1. I too feel sick to my stomach for real. The guy dead still mounted on his bicycle… I’ve never seen that before. Really captures how cold a killing of a civilian it really was.

    2. i’m surprised theres no cell phone footage of this attack who doesn’t have a cell phone… definitely not staged

  4. This scene from Bucha is totally barbaric. I’m in tears for what the people Of Ukraine are going through.
    Our countries need to do more to get the Russian troops out and stop them from advancing to other countries because they can.

    1. i’m surprised theres no cell phone footage of this attack who doesn’t have a cell phone… definitely not staged

  5. Oh Ukraine, my heart breaks for your loss 😔 I’m so sorry this senseless tragedy is happening 🙏

  6. These were someone’s loved ones. They were brutally dealt with and died a horrible death alone with no one to comfort them.
    russia has so much to answer for, so much justice coming for them…

    1. If you’re an American, now you know what the Iraqis went through thanks to the USA.

  7. Yes, we absolutely need to do more because like he says, every day that we just wait and think too many civilians die in what has become something much worse than a war!

    Dear people of the civilized world: everone of us can and needs to do more! Contact and put pressure on your EU Parliament members if you are in the EU or other authorities that represent your country! EU must stop finanzing this brutal war by importing oil and gas from Russia!

    Dear people, we cannot just watch this tragedy, we need to act NOW!! All of you who live in a free, democratic country do have the right to ask for some action from the people you voted now!

    Emotional support, prayers, assisting the refugees ecc are yes very important and valuable but they don’t stop this senseless, horrible war! It’s like taking painkillers when you’re in pain: yes they take away the symptom, the pain, but they don’t heal or resolve the problem what’s behind it. Hopefully you understand what I wanted to say.

    Please excuse my English, I’m too tired to care too much about it, I just wish to pass you the message: ACT NOW! 🙏🏻

    Ukraine, stay strong! 💪🏻Slava Ukraini! 🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦

    And last but not least, rest in peace to these poor people 🙏🏻😔

  8. All allied countries need to step up more to help Ukraine. People are dying every day and losing their loved ones. PLEASE help them. Every single day good innocent people are being killed.

  9. Our prayers to the Ukraine people deepest condolences who’s killed by the agressor,be strong Ukraine 🇺🇦,#westandwithukraine

    1. @linh nguyen It’s a good question. Because Jesus was never for “The Church” & Jesus was never for the Government either. Jesus was for God. And God was for Jesus. And because of this none of us will ever understand either. Unless we make it our top priority & our strongest personal desire to be for God the way Jesus was for God. When one is for God and only for God. All of Heaven & Earth is for that one. For that one is one with All.

      The end.

  10. one mistake here, Israel has not been fighting for Ukraine, they still refuse to condemn Putin.

  11. This is heartbreaking 💔 and horrible. Ukraine 🇺🇦 my heart goes out to all the people that are suffering!

  12. I can’t imagine the amount of deep sorrow, grief, and trauma the people of Ukraine are experiencing. The West must help much more.

  13. Inaction to these kinds of atrocities from countries wanting to remain neutral is as bad as bad as having a helping hand in these innocent people’s deaths

  14. This is a horrific crime against human beings! There needs to be consequences!! This is outrageous and heartbreaking

  15. This could have happened to any Eastern European country that would not have been in NATO.

  16. This really saddens me. This makes me wanna tear up. God knows best. Prayers for 🇺🇦. I give my deepest condolences to these victims’ familía y loved ones. 🙏😢🙏❤ 🌎 ✌❄

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