161 Ukrainian children deported by Russia found in cooperation with Germany

Source: National Police

The German law enforcement helped to identify the location of 161 Ukrainian children forcibly relocated by Russia.

This was announced by the head of the National Police of Ukraine, Ivan Vyhivskyi, during a meeting with the president of the Federal Criminal Police Office of Germany, Holger Münch, in Berlin.

‘Thanks to our cooperation with the law enforcement agencies of the Federal Republic of Germany in the direction of documenting the war crimes of the Russian Federation, namely the deportation and forced relocation of Ukrainian children, the location of 161 Ukrainian children in Germany has been established,’ the Ukrainian official said.

Vyhivskyi emphasized the importance of joint actions in combating war crimes, in particular the deportation and forced relocation of the Ukrainian children.In addition, he expressed hope for the help of partners in bringing war criminals to justice.

The sides also discussed the issue of entering data on Russian war criminals into the Schengen Information System in order to ensure their detention and execution of court decisions in various countries.

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