The Department for Specialized Training and Canine Services of the State Customs Service (Department) joined in holding a minute of silence. In doing so, a nationwide minute of silence will be held daily at 9:00 a.m at the Department to remember and honour everyone who gave their lives because of terror unleashed by the occupiers on our land. Militaries and civilians. Adults and children. Everyone who could still live if the worst enemy had not started this terrible war.
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNO) has recorded 726 civilians killed, including 52 children, as well as 1, 174 civilians injured, 63 of whom were children, since the beginning of hostilities in Ukraine. The data of the period between 24 February to 15 March, 2022 have been officially confirmed by the organization.
More specifically, the UNO added that the actual toll is likely to be higher.