• 19/04/2024 01:57

Seven more Ukrainian children returned home from the occupation

Children spoke about the real horrors of the occupation.

Seven more Ukrainian children returned home from the occupation

Seven more Ukrainian children were able to leave the temporarily occupied parts of the Zaporozhye and Kherson regions along with their families.

This was announced by the Verkhovna Rada Commissioner for Human Rights Dmitry Lubinets.

“Some of the families experienced real horror during the occupation and witnessed how the Russians looted the houses of local residents, forced them to take Russian passports, committed violence against Ukrainians, forced their children to study at school according to the canons of the “Russian world.” And families with children – teenagers left TOT so that their children would not subsequently be taken into the Russian army,” Lubinets indicated.

Seven more Ukrainian children returned home from the occupation

Parents of children at the Center for the Protection of Children's Rights voiced that the prospects for the future at the WTO do not fit into the future vision of the lives of their families, so they decided to leave for the territory controlled by Ukraine.

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<p>“So now representatives of our office, government agencies and charitable organizations are communicating with them and helping them. There is a lot of work ahead: restoration of documents, placement of children in educational institutions and clubs, job searches, etc. Therefore, the adaptation path should be easier, because specialists will provide necessary medical, psychological, humanitarian and social assistance, and the relevant government agencies will record, according to their words, the facts of Russian crimes that they witnessed,” Lubinets added. from the occupation ” src=”https://baltimorechronicle.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/04/5b460321b15d9ade3132f206715f4eca.jpg” alt=”Seven more Ukrainian children returned home from the occupation ” /></p>
<p>Ombudsman thanked for the support of the returned children with their families the Rokada Charitable Foundation, UNICEF, the Voices of Children Charitable Foundation and the Coordination Center for the Development of Family Forms of Education and Child Care.</p>
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