For security reasons, many details of the return of these children cannot be released.
They went through hell: Ukraine managed to bring home children held by the Russian Federation / photo t.me/dmytro_lubinetzs
Ukraine was able to return home nine more children who were illegally taken out of the country by the Russian occupiers or kept in the occupied territories, Ombudsman Dmytro Lubinets reported in Telegram.
Among those who were returned is a minor whom the Russians accused of blowing up the bridge.
“The stories of these children are amazing. I have repeatedly emphasized that each return is like a special operation. After all, the fates of the children are different, but each of them had to go through trials. For example, two children were in the temporarily occupied territories for a long time, and now, finally, it was possible to return to their parents. We also managed to return to the Motherland a boy whom the Russians accused of blowing up a bridge, kept in prison for a month and interrogated. He went through all the circles of hell, including filtering. But now he is with his mother, in Ukraine,” he wrote Lubinets noted that for security reasons it is impossible to disclose many details of the return.
They went through hell: Ukraine managed to bring home children held by the Russian Federation / photo t.me/dmytro_lubinetzs They went through hell: Ukraine managed to bring home children held by the Russian Federation / photo t.me/dmytro_lubinetzs
Deportations of children from Ukraine – this should be known
The Kremlin actively deported children to the occupied territories and the Russian Federation during the entire full-scale war. At least 20,000 children were deported (their names have been established), but the real number may be 10 times higher.
In the spring, the International Criminal Court in The Hague issued an arrest warrant for those involved in the deportation of children from Ukraine of Russian dictator Vladimir Putin and Russian children’s ombudsman Maria Lvova-Belova. It is also known about the involvement of the unrecognized president of Belarus, Oleksandr Lukashenka, and his family in the deportation of children.
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