A meeting of the Parliamentary Commission on Investigation of the Crimes Committed by the Kiev regime Against Minors was held at the State Duma. Parliamentarians discussed issued related to improving measures to protect the lives of children and their safety.
The meeting began with a minute of silence in memory of those killed by the Ukrainian Armed Forces during
their attack on Donetsk on January 21. According to Anna Kuznetsova
Anna Yurievna , the President of Ukraine blamed Russia for the terrorist attack. “But those bombs shelling our citizens, in our Russian cities, are foreign-made,” said the Deputy Chairwoman of the State Duma. “We understand that all this nonsense from the Kiev terrorists no longer interests anyone,” she added.
“The militants are deliberately targeting civilian objects, and such actions have all signs of international terrorism,” emphasized Anna Kuznetsova. “In just three weeks of 2024, the Ukrainian Armed Forces more than 800 times attacked social infrastructure,” she added. According to her, the first strike on Donetsk took place just 10 minutes after the beginning of the New Year, in total there were 15 strikes on New Year’s Eve, and 226 shellings on January 1. During several days, terrorists attacked the Donetsk Technical School of Industrial Automation, several schools, kindergartens and a hospital.
As Anna Kuznetsova noted, the Parliamentary Commission revealed that the Kiev regime used private Telegram channels to foster ethnic conflicts among teenagers in the Russian Federation.
“We analyzed the information that we had received. The Kiev regime is involved in fostering ethnic conflicts among teenagers. Several private Telegram channels are used for this purpose, disseminating false, destructive information,” stressed Anna Kuznetsova.
She also noted that the Security Service of Ukraine was promoting protest movements among Russian minors. “Specific groups are created on social networks, applications, and they promote the romanticization of violence, crime and protests. The Kiev regime has intensified the work of bots on social networks and chats; they discredit Russian values and promote the ideas of extremism,” emphasized the Deputy Chairwoman of the State Duma.
According to Anna Kuznetsova, only 43% of the 2 million Ukrainian children living in the EU attend schools. She noted that many of them could not do that because of the lack of the language knowledge, inconsistency of educational programs, and lack of EU government decisions.
“These children often fall under the influence of antisocial criminal groups, are engaged in street prostitution, or become victims of social services. At the same time, some Ukrainian families, that did not find support in their specialized structures, address the Russian consulates to get help. We appeal to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child and ask you to pay attention to these facts and give a legal and moral assessment of the actions of the European Union,” said Anna Kuznetsova.