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A girl was injured in Kharkiv: 995 children have already suffered from the war

Sunday, 10 July 2022, 08:52


Over the past day, the number of children injured in Ukraine as a result of the actions of the Russian army has increased: a 12-year-old girl was injured in the centre of Kharkiv.

Source: Prosecutor General's Office, citing prosecutors of crimes against juveniles


Quote: "On 9 July, a 12-year-old girl was injured as a result of Russian shelling of residential buildings in the central part of Kharkiv".

Details: According to officially confirmed data, between 24 February and the morning of 10 July, at least 995 children were injured in Ukraine as a result of the full-scale armed aggression of the Russian Federation: 347 dead children remained, but the number of injured children increased, to a total of 648 children.

These numbers are not final: work is ongoing to confirm them in areas of active hostilities, in temporarily occupied territories and in liberated areas.


According to the available data, the highest number of children killed or injured were in Donetsk Oblast – 348, Kharkiv Oblast – 187, Kyiv Oblast – 116, Chernihiv Oblast – 68, Luhansk Oblast – 61, Mykolaiv Oblast – 53, Kherson Oblast – 52, and Zaporizhzhia Oblast – 31.

As a result of bombing and shelling by the armed forces of the Russian Federation, 2,116 educational institutions were damaged and 216 of them were completely destroyed.

You can report a war crime against a child through the single hub and by phone: +380961004438, +380683235856.