"It became known that on January 31, a 12-year-old boy died as a result of shelling in Bakhmut of the Donetsk region," the department specified.

At least 919 children received injuries of varying severity.

The prosecutor's office noted that the given numbers are not final, work is underway to establish them in the places of active hostilities, in occupied and liberated territories.

According to the Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine, as a result of bombings and shelling by the Russian armed forces, 3,126 educational institutions in Ukraine have already been damaged, 337 of them have been completely destroyed.

The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has confirmed 7,110 deaths and 11,547 injuries of civilians in Ukraine as a result of the full-scale invasion of Russia.

These are data collected from February 24 to January 29.

In January alone (from January 1 to January 29), the agency recorded 170 cases of death and 506 injuries of civilians in Ukraine.

The organization notes that the real death toll is much higher, as there are delays in receiving information from some places where intense fighting continues, and many reports still need confirmation.