Nearly 900 children have been affected in Ukraine as a result of Russia's full-scale invasion, 318 of whom have died, the Office of the Prosecutor General said.
"As of the morning of June 16, 2022, nearly 900 children were affected in Ukraine as a result of the Russian Federation's full-scale armed aggression. According to official information from juvenile prosecutors, 318 children were killed and more than 581 wounded," the report said.
The most affected children, as noted, are in the Donetsk region - 297, Kharkiv - 170, Kyiv - 116, Chernihiv - 68, Lugansk - 54, Kherson - 52, Mykolaiv - 48, Zaporozhzhia - 30, Sumy - 17.
These numbers are not final, as work is underway to establish them in places of active combat operations, in temporarily occupied and liberated territories.
For example, on June 14, a two-month-old infant was taken to a medical facility after being seriously wounded by Russian troops in the city of Ugledar in Donetsk Oblast.
On March 15, two families and their five children were killed in Mariupol due to an air strike by occupants on residential buildings.
It also became known that on February 24, a mother and her 16-year-old son came under tank fire at the exit of the village of Martovo, Chuguevsky District, Kharkiv Region, resulting in a shrapnel wound to the child.
Because of the bombing and shelling by the Russian Armed Forces, 2,000 educational institutions were reportedly damaged. Of these, 208 were completely destroyed.