In Ukraine, 347 children considered missing due to Russian aggression

In Ukraine, 347 children considered missing due to Russian aggression

In Ukraine, 337 children are considered missing due to the Russian armed aggression.

The press service of the Ombudsman's Office said this in a Facebook post, referring to the ‘Children of War’ state portal for finding missing children, Ukrinform reports.

"As of February 8, 2022: 337 children are considered missing, 16,168 – deported, 9,578 – found, 173 – returned,” the Ombudsman's Office said.

Read also: Russian aggression affects 1,381 children in Ukraine

As reported, Yulia Usenko, head of the Department for Protection of Children's Interests and Counteraction to Violence of the Prosecutor General's Office, said in a comment to Ukrinform that Ukraine returned 128 children, who were deported by the Russian Federation.


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