Occupiers plan to send Ukrainian children to Russian camps

Source: Center of National Resistance

The Center of National Resistance reported that the Russian occupying authorities plan to send 12,000 Ukrainian children from the temporarily occupied Luhansk region to various regions of the Russian Federation for ‘re-education’ during the summer holidays.

The plan was announced by the so-called head of LNR Leonid Pasechnik. In the so-called children’s camps, young Ukrainians will undergo propaganda training for 21 days.

It is noted that the ‘training’ will be conducted by the Russian military.

‘The involvement of Kremlin militants in the educational processes of the younger generation in Russia and the temporarily occupied territories is a very common practice,’ the statement says.

In addition, the Center of National Resistance states that the cases of physical violence and sexual harassment have already been recorded in such camps.

‘The invaders are doing their best to conceal these facts, but concerned citizens record these crimes and pass them on to the National Resistance Centre to bring the perpetrators to justice in the future,’ the statement goes.

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