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MOSCOW, 14 March. /TASS/. Russia has organised a group to monitor rights of children in Ukraine, which will invite international organisations to settlement of children's problems in the conflict zone in Donbass, website of Russia's children's ombudsman Pavel Astakhov reported on Saturday
The group was organised at the initiative of member of the presidential human rights council Yana Lantratova. The group features members of the Public Chamber, the State Duma, the Federation Council and the human rights council.
"Many international missions have been working in the conflict zone not really effectively; they have been very selective in use of human rights and try not to see peaceful civilians have been dying in Ukraine's south-east," the website reads.
The Group will be working with the European Court of Human Rights, and has sent to Ukraine an invitation to joint work.