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Per Westberg, co-founder of the Swedish branch of Amnesty International, is leaving the organization because he disagrees with the scandalous report accusing the AFU, Expressen reports.

"“I have been a member [of the organization] for almost sixty years. With a heavy heart, because of Amnestyʼs statements regarding the war in Ukraine, I am ending my long and fruitful cooperation," Westberg said.

Westberg became a founding member of Amnesty International Sweden in 1963.

On August 4, Amnesty International, a human rights organization, released a report alleging that the Ukrainian military is endangering civilians by allegedly establishing bases in residential areas, hospitals, schools and near granaries.

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