Since the introduction of martial law on the territory of Ukraine, 203 children have been actively wanted.
National Police Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Russia on February 24, 4242 children have been reported missing.
As reported on the website of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, this was announced by Deputy Interior Minister Ekaterina Pavlichenko.
“As of August 1, 2022, during the war, the National Police received complaints about the disappearance of 4,242 children. Already 4,039 children have been found, and this is 95.2% of the total,” Kateryna Pavlichenko said.
She noted that most requests came from Donetsk, Kharkiv and Kherson regions.
According to Pavlichenko, since the introduction of martial law on the territory of Ukraine, 203 children have been actively wanted.
As UNIAN reported earlier, a state portal for the search for children “Children of War” was launched in Ukraine, which will help law enforcement agencies collect data on children who suffered during the war, went missing or were moved to temporarily occupied territories and deported to Russian Federation.