Two Million Ukrainians Have Been Forcibly Taken To Russia, Says President Zelensky

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Two Million Ukrainians Have Been Forcibly Taken To Russia, Says President Zelensky

Russia has forcibly removed nearly two million people from Ukraine, including several hundred thousand children, since its invasion of the country, President Volodymyr Zelensky has revealed.

In a video address to the Asian Leadership Conference in Seoul, President Zelensky said tens of thousands of Ukrainians are being held in filtration camps in the temporarily Russian-occupied territories.

The President lamented that no one will name the exact numbers at the moment, all of whom he said are deprived of means of communication and have had their IDs taken from them so that it will be as difficult as possible for them to return home to their Motherland.

 

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