Hundreds of children expelled from Ukraine are in a camp near Taganrog

Since the beginning of the war, according to media reports, at least two thousand orphans from Ukraine have been taken to Russia without any consent to evacuation. We are talking about children from boarding schools and those who have lost touch with their parents because of the war. Now they are under temporary care in Russian families or in temporary accommodation centers, according to Nestka.

According to the publication, according to international law, the removal of children to the territory of the aggressor country is regarded as forced displacement and a crime against humanity. In the future (as, for example, follows from the report of the American Institute for Strategy and Policy New Lines and the Canadian Raoul Wallenberg Center for Human Rights), such cases may serve as evidence of genocide.

The publication found out that hundreds of minors are in the camp "Romashka" near Taganrog. Employees of the temporary accommodation center say that many children talk about the desire to return home. Some of the children that Nyurstka writes about are already under temporary guardianship in Russian families.

Sources of the publication said that children from boarding schools in Donetsk, as well as from the boarding school in Uglegorsk, are in Romashka. It was not possible to verify the data that orphans from Mariupol and Volnovakha are also there.

At the end of May, Vladimir Putin signed a decree on a simplified procedure for obtaining citizenship for orphans from the DPR, LPR or Ukraine. Guardians can submit such an application if they are citizens of Russia, the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye or Kherson regions of Ukraine.

According to the Minister of Social Policy of Ukraine Marina Lazebna, so far the data (name and date of birth) are known for only forty children from family-type orphanages and foster families in Mariupol, who were definitely taken to Russia and the territories occupied by Russia without the consent of Ukraine.

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