The Russians have injured 1,032 children and deported more than 19,000

Putin's war against the children of Ukraine: Russian invaders have already killed 490

Crimes against humanity and war crimes committed by the Russian invaders in the Ukraine continue to come to light.

One year of Russian terrorism in Ukraine: more than 9,600 civilians killed, including 461 children
Russian terror in Ukraine: the horrifying trail of death the invaders are leaving

The General Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine today published a report stating that since the start of the Russian invasion on February 24, 2024, the Russians have already killed 490 children in their attacks on the Ukrainian civilian population. Likewise, on its website "Children of War", the Ukrainian government points to other figures of children affected by the Russian invasion to date, figures that include 1,032 children injured, 632 children missing and 19,489 children deported by the Russians.

The General Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine notes that the most affected children were in the following regions:

  • Donetsk: 467.
  • Kharkiv: 284.
  • Kiev: 129.
  • Kherson: 113.
  • Zaporizhzhya: 91.
  • Mykolaiv: 89.
  • Dnipropetrovs: 83.
  • Chernihiv: 71.
  • Lugansk: 67.

The most recent case took place this Monday, June 26, in the village of Myropyllya, Sumy region: the Russians shelled the town and a 5-year-old boy was injured. This Russian attack damaged two private houses and killed one civilian.

On the website, the Ukrainian government publishes photos of children and Ukrainian adolescents who disappeared or were deported by the Russians to facilitate their location. The website also includes testimonials from children who have suffered from this invasion, in which the Russians are carrying out indiscriminate attacks against the civilian population.


Photo: Serhii Nuzhnenko. The graves of the Izyum massacre perpetrated by the Russians.

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