A senior Russian Duma official wrote in a message that the images released by the West regarding the Ukrainian city of Bucha were a pre-planned conspiracy against Russia.

Iran PressEurope: Following the withdrawal of Russian troops from the vicinity of Kyiv, Western media on Sunday published images of the city of Bucha near Kyiv claiming that Russian forces had fired on civilians as they were leaving the Ukrainian capital.

Ukraine blamed Russia for the incident, while Moscow strongly condemned the allegations.

Leonid Slutsky, chairman of the International Affairs Committee of the Russian Duma, said on Monday night that the UK, as the current chairman of the UN Security Council, had refused to hold an emergency meeting on the published images of the city of Bucha.

The absence of such a meeting means that all these scenes are pre-arranged and are clear evidence of a pre-planned conspiracy against Russia.

He added: "Russia continues to insist on holding an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council to investigative and uncover the facts about the Bucha incident."

Slutsky compared the Western accusation about the published images of Bucha to the incident of the chemical attack of the terrorists in Syria and said that the western countries avoid the truth by investigating the events that occurred in Bucha.

Also, Vasily Nebenzya, Russia's envoy to the UN said on Monday that Russia will present "empirical evidence" to the United Nations Security Council that its forces have not been killing civilians in Ukraine and were not involved in events in Bucha.