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第484期
(2022/4/25出刊)
聯合國統計
烏克蘭兒童 近2/3逃離家園

  Nearly two-thirds of all Ukrainian children have been forced from their homes since the start of the Russian invasion, according to UNICEF.
  Out of the displaced children, 2.8 million have stayed in Ukraine and two million more are sheltering in other countries. More than three million children are still left in their homes in Ukraine but might not have enough food and some are without access to running water, with those in besieged cities like Mariupol facing the most dire situation.
  Ukraine’s U.N. ambassador, Sergiy Kyslytsya, claimed Russia has taken more than 121,000 children out of Ukraine and reportedly drafted a bill to simplify and accelerate adoption procedures for orphans and even those who have parents and other relatives. In addition, nationwide school closings are affecting the education of 5.7 million younger children and 1.5 million students in higher education.

 根據聯合國兒童基金會的統計,自俄羅斯入侵以來,有將近三分之二的烏克蘭兒童被迫逃離家園。
 在這些流離失所的兒童之中,有兩百八十萬人留在烏克蘭國內,兩百萬人落腳其他國家,而還留在自己家中的三百多萬兒童,卻可能沒有足夠食物,有些也無水可用,馬立波等被圍困城市的兒童,面臨的狀況最為危急。
 烏克蘭駐聯合國大使基斯利齊亞聲稱,俄羅斯已把十二萬一千多名兒童帶出烏克蘭,據說還起草了一項法案,企圖簡化、加速孤兒,甚至是雙親或其他親戚仍在世的孩童認養手續。此外,全國學校停課,中斷了五百七十萬名年幼兒童和一百五十萬名大專校院學生的教育。