Authorized under the President of Russia on the rights of the child Pavel Astakhov has sent an appeal to the Committee on the rights of the child the UN, the UK and the Russian Prosecutor General's office, calling attention to the Ukrainian Children's camp " Azovets ", where soldiers of the battalion "Azov" teach Children military training.
"The Commissioner sent an appeal to the Committee on the rights of the child UN, the Russian Investigative Committee, the Prosecutor General's office of Russia. Children should not be dragged into the war, they were ruthless killers, to "educate" in Nazi ideology. It's inhuman. I believe that international human rights organizations must pay attention to the camping "Azovets" and similar organizations, destroying Children, " wrote Astakhov in his own instagram.
The children's Ombudsman has supplemented his words by the fact that agitates my counterpart, the Commissioner for the rights of the child of the Ukraine Mykola Kuleba " to protect their Children from Nazism ". Remember, in mid-August the British print Edition of the Daily Mail said that the Battalion "Azov" has opened near Kiev military training camp for Children " Azovets ". In the published article about the fact that the soldiers of the "Azov" teach Children aged six years how to use firearms. The journal emphasizes that the leaders of the "Azov" involve "Children in violent conflict" in Ukraine. The behavior of fighters of "Azov" first caused resentment not only in DPR, LPR or Russia, but even in the US. June 12, the U.S. Congress was forbidden to teach men "disgusting neo-Nazi battalion" Azov ". For its part, the leadership of the regiment was surprised and appalled by the adopted amendments. Later the head of the Ministry of defense of Canada Jason Kenney has stated that the country will conduct the training and to assist the Ukrainian ultra-nationalist battalion " Azov ", calling the gathering "black sheep" in Ukraine. Remember also about the recent scandal with the participation of one of the fighters of " Azov ". At the end of July it was announced that the police of Poland are interested in the photos of the Ukrainian neo-Nazi, a member of the battalion " Azov ", in which he shows a welcome Nazi gesture on the background of the concentration camp Majdanek, located within the city of Lublin. The battalion " Azov ", then deployed to the regiment, was recruited mostly from the neo-Nazis – from Ukraine, from Russia, CIS and far abroad.