Over 2,000 children missing in Ukraine, nearly 20,000 deported to Russia – National Police

More than two thousand children are missing in Ukraine
More than two thousand children are missing in Ukraine

Over two thousand children are missing within the country, with nearly 20,000 deported to Russia, of whom only 388 have successfully returned home, as of May 16, National Police press service reported on Facebook.

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Also, according to their data, 546 children have been killed and 1,341 injured since the start of Russian invasion.

2,021 children have gone missing and 26,845 have been found, police said.

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In April, Ombudsman Dmytro Lubinets reported that nearly 37,000 children, adults, and military personnel were missing in Ukraine.

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