Russia tortured Ukrainian children with hunger and thirst

Russia tortured Ukrainian children with hunger and thirst: 10 Russian torture chambers found in Kherson; Ukraine's allegation - painful torture was given to children

Dec 15, 2022 - 21:56
Russia tortured Ukrainian children with hunger and thirst

Many torture chambers have been found in the territory of Ukraine freed from the occupation of Russian troops. This was informed by the Human Rights Commissioner of the Ukrainian Parliament, Dmytro Lubnets. In a press conference, he told that 10 torture chambers have been found in Kherson, which was recently liberated from Russia. One of these torture centers was only for children. In which minors were tortured.
Dimitro told that the children were kept on very thin mats in the dangerous cold. They were also given water only once in two days and did not get anything to eat.
Ukraine has freed a 14-year-old boy who was held captive for 90 days in the town of Balaklia. Lubinets said that the body of a boy rescued from Russian captivity was found with multiple stabs and heal wounds. According to Lubinets, the boy was imprisoned by the Russian army only because he took a photo of some broken Russian goods. Was pulled
This story is not only of South Korea but during the war in 2022 thousands of children from Ukraine were also sent to Russia. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky claims that more than 2 lakh children have been kidnapped and sent to Russia so far in the war.
Reports by NYT and Aljazeera have claimed that these children have been adopted by the people there. Before the war, the adoption of foreign children was illegal in Russia. In May 2022, Putin changed the law to give the right to adopt foreign children.
In September, US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas Greenfield said that in July 2022 alone, more than 1800 kidnapped Ukrainian children were adopted by Russians. However, these allegations of America were denied by Russian Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia who said that like Poland and the European Union, refugee camps have been set up in Russia for the people of Ukraine. He said that 600,000 children and Ukrainians arrived in Russia from Ukraine or territory under Russian control, and are not being held in prisons but in relief camps.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer