Russia takes children from psychoneurological orphanage in Kherson region to Penza
Russian forces took children from a psychoneurological boarding school in the temporarily occupied territory of Kherson region to a boarding house in Russian Penza
The National Resistance Center reports.
"The Russian forces continue to deport Ukrainian teenagers, in particular from a boarding house in the temporarily occupied territories," the statement reads.
According to the National Resistance, the Russians took the children from the neuropsychiatric center in the Kherson region to the Veronika's House boarding school in the Russian city of Penza.
It is noted that the relocation of Ukrainian children was supervised by Maria Lvova-Belova, the Russian Presidential Commissioner for Children's Rights, who is on the international wanted list for genocide.
The National Resistance Center notes that not only orphans are in boarding schools, many children have parents or caretakers. However, in most cases, children are taken without their consent and despite the fact that they have relatives in free Ukraine.
- As of November 22, more than 200 children remain in 23 settlements of the Kherson region, which suffer daily from Russian attacks.