The Russian invasion of Ukraine has been going on for 424 days. The Ombudsman for Children’s Rights, Daria Herasymchuk, said that there are over 70 camps in Russia where children forcibly deported from the occupied Ukrainian territories are sent. Here are the highlights of the last hours.
> On Ukraine 124 people, including six children, have been killed in mine explosions since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale aggression, Ruslan Berehula of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry said on Saturday.
> IN Russia There are over 70 camps in operation for children who have been forcibly deported from Russian-occupied Ukrainian territories, said the Ukrainian Ombudsman for Children’s Rights, Daria Herasymchuk, quoted on Saturday by the Suspilne portal.
> Representatives of military replenishment commands began a real manhunt for students in Moscow. Summons to the army are handed out, e.g. in dormitories, Radio Svoboda reported on Saturday via local Russian social media channels.
> Since February 2022, i.e. the beginning of the Russian invasion of a neighboring country, Ukrainian military search groups have found the bodies of almost 500 missing soldiers who died during the fighting, said Volodymyr Lamzin, representative of the general staff of the Ukrainian army, quoted by the Ukrinform agency.
> Six Leopard 2A4 tanks of the armed forces Spain was sent to Ukraine on Friday. All machines have previously undergone refurbishment.
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