Ukranian Website Myrotvorets is a Threat to the Lives and Health of Children

Donbass Insider
Faina Savenkova, 13-year-old writer from Lugansk listed on Myrotvorets

On July 21, 2022, at 13:00 Moscow time, the International media group “Rossiya segodnya” hosted the press conference of the Foundation to Battle Injustice “Ukrainian website Myrotvorets is a threat to the life and health of children.”

The following speakers took part in the conference:

• Dmitry Polyanskiy, First Deputy Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations;
• Faina Savenkova, 13-year-old writer from Lugansk, who got into the base of the Myrotvorets;
• Mira Terada, Head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice;
• Anna Soroka, adviser of the Head of the Luhansk People’s Republic.

Dmitry Polyanskiy highly appreciated the work of the Foundation to Battle Injustice to systematize data and collect evidence of offenses of the administration of the Ukrainian extremist website Myrotvorets directed against underage children, and said that he had transferred the Foundation’s data to UN Secretary-General António Guterres and UNICEF. According to Polyanskiy, the collected materials will help to close the extremist Ukrainian website Myrotvorets. Polyanskiy said that publishing the data of underage children is an evil and a crime that needs to be fought.

Mira Terada, the head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, revealed materials found by the Foundation about 327 children whose personal data were published on the Ukrainian website Myrotvorets, including the data of 72 children from Russia. According to the information available to the head of the Foundation, due to the illegal actions of the resource administration, there are victims, including dead and injured, and the youngest of the children, whose data is published on the Myrotvorets, is not even ten years old.

Faina Savenkova, speaking at the Foundation’s conference, said that after the publication of personal data on the website, she began to feel fear for her life and safety. The 13-year-old writer from the LPR also reported that UNICEF, an international organization for the protection of children’s rights operating under the auspices of the UN, offered her to become a Messenger of Peace, but so far there have been no concrete actions on the part of the organization.

Anna Soroka, adviser to the head of the Luhansk People’s Republic, said that, like Savenkova, she became a victim of the lawlessness of the Myrotvorets. According to her, the criminals posted her personal data on the Internet, after which she began to receive threats and an attempt was made on her life and the life of her child. The adviser to the head of the LPR also reported that the Ukrainian base of the “Myrotvorets” is a list legalized by the Ukrainian government, creating conditions for the genocide of children in Donbass.

To watch the full recording of the conference of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, follow the link: For more information, please contact the Foundation via e-mail: or

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