Mass deportations of Ukrainians: from history to Russia's modern crimes

24 February 2024 marks two years since the beginning of the full-scale war against Ukraine. Russia is committing many crimes against the Ukrainian population. In addition to involuntary Russification and illegal adoptions of minors, it has also carried out forced displacement. This is not a new strategy; the mass expulsion of Ukrainians has been going on since the Soviet occupation in the first half of the twentieth century, when millions of people fell victim to it. It is estimated that, as of 24 February 2022, 2.8 million people have been deported from Ukraine, and this number is constantly growing.
The author of this text is Vladyslav Havrylov from Ukrainian project Where are our people?*


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