Three children deported by the occupiers were returned to Ukraine

Three children deported by the occupiers were returned to Ukraine

They were deported from the Kharkiv region in August and sent to a children's camp in Gelendzhik, Russia. Illustrative photoUkrinform

Ukraine has returned three children who were illegally taken from the Kharkiv region to Russia.

The Commissioner for Human Rights of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Dmytro Lubinets, reported this in Telegram.

As noted, they were deported from the Kharkiv region in August and sent to the “Vedmedyk” children’s camp in Gelendzhik. Lubinets said that he helped the parents take the children back.

“Currently, the road to the Russian Federation runs through third countries, so the parents had to go through a huge and sometimes dangerous path, which is almost impossible to overcome on their own.”– the ombudsman wrote.

At the same time, Lubinets noted that currently 13,613 Ukrainian children remain deported.

We will remind that two more children who were kept by the Russian invaders in the temporarily occupied territories and in the Russian Federation were returned home to Ukraine the day before.

The Russian occupiers also took 40 children from the temporarily occupied territory of the Luhansk region to the territory of the Russian Federation.

We previously reported that Ukrainian teenagers are being taken from the captured Luhansk region to Russia. Then they are sent to Chechnya for “patriotic education”.

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