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MOSCOW, November 14. /TASS/. Russia’s children rights ombudsman Pavel Astakhov urged the international human rights organizations to look to “the juvenile terror” in Norway.
Astakhov twittered on Friday that he “together with the Russian Foreign Ministry and the Investigative Committee continue to fight against the juvenile terror launched by Norway and Finland against our compatriots.”
“We demand from the international human rights organizations alongside the United States, the Council of Europe and its Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) to pay attention to the ‘juvenile terror’ in Norway,” he wrote on his page.
The children’s rights ombudsman reported about 74 children removed from Russian families in Finland and insisted that checks should be conducted and criminal cases opened so that to protect the children.
Astakhov said that he handed out the data on 55 Russian children taken from their families in Norway to the Russian Investigative Committee for a further enquiry into the cases.