UKRAINE FIRST LADY OPENS "RUSSIAN WAR CRIMES" EXHIBITION IN UKUkrainian First Lady Olena Zelenska opened a photography exhibition entitled 'Russian War Crimes' in London on Tuesday.Zelenska was accompanied by the UK's Speaker of the House of Commons, Lindsay Hoyle and Ukrainian businessman and exhibition sponsor Victor Pinchuk at London's Portcullis House.olena zelenska, ukrainian first lady"More than 40,000 Russian crimes have been registered in Ukraine.""I want you to look at these photographs, then your abstract idea of the war in Ukraine will become real."lindsay hoyle, speaker of the house of commons:"This exhibition, as the title suggests, shows the reality. It features photographs taken from all over Ukraine, from the moment Russia invaded in February this year. It shows the atrocities carried out against civilians and destroyed their lives, that they had to leave behind.""(From the) 24th of February 2022, we were witnessing genocide, war crimes committed by Russia against Ukrainian people. And we understood that unfortunately our dream about 'never again' doesn't work, and we have to speak, not about 'never again', but we have to say 'stop now'."ZELENSKY BELIEVES UK CAN LEAD IN 'FIGHT FOR JUSTICE'President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Tuesday released his nightly video address where he asked the UK to take a leading role in creating a special tribunal to make Russia answer for its military aggression in invading Ukraine."In order for there to be responsibility for aggression, a special tribunal is needed - in addition to the International Criminal Court. And we are doing everything to create such a tribunal. Today, the First Lady of Ukraine addressed this task to the Parliament and the people of Great Britain.""We need to develop the necessary legal architecture to make the tribunal work. We must fully implement this clause of our peace formula and really ensure justice after this war, just as after the Second World War. I believe that Great Britain will show its leadership precisely in this struggle for justice.""I spoke with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz today - it is Germany that chairs the G7 this year. We discussed our cooperation both at the bilateral level and in international institutions. The priorities are clear - protection against missile terror, energy restoration, and food security. I thanked the Chancellor for his support.""The situation at the front is difficult. Despite extremely large Russian losses, the occupiers are still trying to advance on Donetsk region, gain a foothold in Luhansk region, move into Kharkiv region, they are planning something in the south."