The UN has concluded that there are " reasonable grounds" to believe that Russia was responsible for the missile attack in the village of Hroza, Kharkiv region.
"There were no military personnel or any other legitimate military target present at or in proximity to the reception at the café during the attack," the report reads.
The report was based on information gathered by the Human Rights Monitoring Mission in Ukraine, which worked in Hrozа on October 7 and 10.
"The Russian armed forces either failed to do everything feasible to verify that the target to be attacked was a military objective, rather than civilians or civilian objects, or deliberately targeted civilians or civilian objects," the UN report also says.
It will be recalled that on October 5, Russians attacked the village of Hroza in the Kupiansk district, Kharkiv region. 59 people who had gathered following a reburial ceremony of a local member of the Ukrainian armed forces were killed.