Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced that he is willing to amend the law to allow orphaned children in Ukraine to adopt in Russia. “These are unusual situations, and it seems necessary to think about the interests of the children, not the bureaucratic delays,” Putin said in his statement.
Two weeks were left in the Russian-Ukraine War, where a humanitarian drama took place in front of the world. Today, on the fifteenth day of the war, conflicts continue in many parts of Ukraine. Russian troops struck a children’s hospital in the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol last night.
Ukrainian President Zelensky said in a video taken from a window in a room in a destroyed ward, showing a heavily damaged hospital building and having many children under the rubble.Zelensky again demanded a no-fly zone in his tweet, and “Children are under the rubble. Barbarians! How long will the world ignore this horror and collude?” Said. The attacks of the dead and injured in the attack are not yet clear, but the images passed by the agency reveal the extent of the destruction.
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Russians can hire Ukrainian orphans
Moscow hosted a very controversial conference while children were under the rubble in Mariupol, the capital of Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin met with child rights commissioner Maria Ribova Belova in the capital.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Children’s Rights Commissioner Maria Levois-Belova
The main agenda of the meeting is very impressive. Putin spoke with Maria Ribova Belova about a change in the law that would allow Russians to adopt Ukrainian orphans. This amendment means that Russian families are eligible to adopt children of Donets’k and Luhansk who do not have Russian citizenship.
Putin: We need to think about the interests of our children
Lvova-Belova said at a meeting that about 1,090 orphans from the two republics had fled to Russia. Putin also addressed the House of Representatives to amend the law. “It seems to me that these are emergencies and should consider the interests of the children, not the bureaucratic delays. We appeal to the House of Representatives, I say that my agent will support you. I’m sure. We will change this law. “ Said.
An 18-month-old baby Cyril was seriously injured in the bombing. His family hurried to the hospital, but the little baby wasn’t saved.class = “medianet-inline-adv”>
1 million children evacuated
Since the beginning of the Ukrainian occupation, one million children have had to flee Ukraine. UNICEF spokesman James Elder talked about the mass spill of one million children from Ukraine. “Dark historical debut” Description.
In Europe’s fastest-growing refugee crisis since World War II, nearly half of the more than two million people who fled the war are children.
Many Ukrainian children and babies are waiting for the end of the war in cold climate conditions without food or medicine.
3 million babies are defined as food and medicine! There is hunger and a third death …
However, not all children in the country have fled to save lives, and the number of children killed, injured or orphaned is not yet known.
Innocent war children are not the only targets of guns and bombs. Freezing colds, drug supplies, food and drinking water problems are also effective in painful situations of loss of life.
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It was recently announced that a 6-year-old girl died of thirst after being cut off from food, drink and electricity. Yesterday, Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba announced that 3,000 newborns in Ukraine have been deprived of food and medicine.
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