As a result of the Kremlin's aggression in Ukraine, 341 children have already died, more than 600 have been injured.


As a result of the Kremlin's aggression in Ukraine, 341 children have already died, more than 600 have been injured

Children continue to die because of Russia's war against Ukraine/Unsplash

Russia has already killed 341 children in Ukraine. More than 600 minors were injured as a result of enemy attacks.

In total, at least 963 children were injured as a result of Russian aggression. This was reported in the Office of the Attorney General.

The number of dead children has increased

As of the morning of June 28, more than 963 children have suffered in Ukraine as a result of Russia's full-scale armed aggression. According to official information from juvenile prosecutors, 341 children died and more than 622 were injured, the report says.

During the day on June 27, it became known about 2 dead and 6 injured. On the night of June 28, Russian infidels fired at Ochakov, Mykolaiv region. Due to an enemy attack, a 6-year-old girl received such injuries that they were incompatible with life.

On June 27, the Russian invaders launched an air strike on Lisichansk in the Luhansk region. As a result, a 14-year-old boy died.

On the same day, the military of the aggressor country fired on the Nemyshlyansky district of Kharkov. Five boys aged 8 to 12 were injured.

It became known that a 9-year-old boy was injured in the village of Malinovka, Pokrovsky district, Donetsk region. It happened on June 26 as a result of an enemy attack.

Kafirs continue to destroy educational institutions in Ukraine. During the entire period of the war, 2061 educational institutions were damaged due to bombing and shelling of Russia. Among them, 213 were completely destroyed.

Where in Ukraine children suffered the most: data by regions

Children suffered the most in the following regions:

  • Donetsk – 336;
  • Kharkiv – 183;
  • Kyiv – 116;
  • Chernihiv – 68;
  • Lugansk – 57;
  • Kherson – 52;
  • Mykolaiv – 48;
  • Zaporozhye – 31;
  • Sumy – 17.

< p> Unfortunately, the figures are not final. The number of victims and victims among minors can be much higher. The fact is that it is extremely difficult to determine the real numbers in the areas of active hostilities in the temporarily occupied and liberated territories.

Pay attention! You can provide information about a war crime against a child through the only evidence hub via this link and mobile phone numbers: +38 (096) 100 44 38, +38 (068) 323 58 56.

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