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    Poland helps Ukrainian children [VIDEO]

    Poland is actively helping Ukrainian refugees fleeing the country from the war. The Prosecutor General of Ukraine reported that since the beginning of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine 103 children have been killed and more than 100 injured. There are many videos on the Internet showing the current situation, but the one where you see Ukrainian children smiling will touch your heart.

    The Prosecutor General of Ukraine, Iryna Venediktova, reported that since the beginning of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine 103 children have been killed and more than 100 injured.

     

    Here is the information from yesterday ⤵️

     

    “97 children were killed, more than 100 were injured as a result of the shelling by the armed forces of the Russian Federation, over 1 million children have fled from Ukraine. In the ongoing war, Russian Federation commits grave violations against Ukrainian children,” Venediktova wrote yesterday (March 15) on Twitter. 

     

    Most victims among children are recorded in Kyiv, Kharkiv and Donetsk counties, but children also die in other parts of the country.

     

    But today, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine provided new information about how many children have been killed. 

     

    “Putin and Russians killed 103 children and wounded more than 100 in 20 days of the warThe data is not final — in hot spots and in the temporarily occupied territories, prosecutors and law enforcement officers do not have the opportunity to inspect the places of shelling. The invaders kill at least 5 of our children a dayThe aggressor bombed more than 400 educational institutions, 59 were destroyed. Ukraine appealed to the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General on Children and Armed Conflict and to the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General on Violence against Children. It is important that the UN specialized agencies decide as soon as possible to implement the violations of the children’s rights evaluation mission, in the context of the armed conflict in Ukraine,” Venediktova wrote today (March 16).  

     

    Despite this amount of terrible information, there are also some good ones. The video attached below shows volunteers handing out gifts to Ukrainian children crossing the Polish-Ukrainian border.

     

    “Ukrainian refugee children receiving gifts from Polish volunteers. We could watch those smiles all day,” Visegrad 24 wrote on Twitter. 

     

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