Thousands of Ukrainian Children Held in Russian ‘Re-Education Camps’: Report

A new report released by the United Nations has found that thousands of Ukrainian children are being held in Russian “re-education camps” since the start of the war in Ukraine. According to the report, the camps are being run by the Russian government and are used to indoctrinate the children and force them to renounce their Ukrainian heritage.

The report also found that the Russian government has been deporting Ukrainian children, a possible war crime. It is estimated that more than 6,000 children have been relocated to the camps since the start of the war.

The report has been met with widespread condemnation from the international community. The United Nations has called for the camps to be closed and for the children to be reunited with their families.

The Russian government has denied the allegations, saying that the camps are being used to provide education and vocational training to the children. However, human rights groups have criticized the camps, saying that they are inhumane and violate international law.

The situation in Ukraine continues to be dire, with thousands of children being held in the camps and no end in sight to the conflict. It remains to be seen what action the international community will take to address this issue.