The Ukrainian Prosecutor’s Office denounces at least 200 dead children and 360 injured since the beginning of the invasion

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The Ukrainian Children’s Prosecutor’s Office has reported that at least 200 children have died and more than 360 have been injured in attacks carried out by Russia since the beginning of its invasion of the country, on February 24, until this Saturday.

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Most of the child victims, counting deaths and injuries, have been recorded in the capital region, kyiv, with 121, followed by Donetsk, with 115, Kharkov (88), Chernigov (54), Mikolaiv (40), Kherson (29), Zaporizhia (22), Yitomir (15) and Sumy (16).

Likewise, the Prosecutor’s Office has denounced that 1,018 educational institutions have suffered material damage since the beginning of the invasion, 95 of which have been completely destroyed.

According to United Nations estimates, 1,982 civilians have been killed and 2,651 wounded since the start of the war. Of them, 162 children have died and 256 have been injured, according to the UN balance until this past Friday.

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