A four-year-old girl Alisa, who arrived in an evacuation bus from Mariupol to Zaporizhia and was separated from her mother by the Russians, is now safe — the girl was sheltered by an employee of the Zaporizhzhia Oblast Military Administration.
Ombudsman Liudmyla Denisova announced this on May 9.
Alisa has other relatives. In the near future, the child will be transferred to her relatives in a safe region of Ukraine.
Zaporizhzhia local newspaper 061 writes that Alisa was sheltered by the deputy head of the Zaporizhzhia Oblast Military Administration Zlata Nekrasova and has already drawn up documents for Alisaʼs temporary stay at home.
- Alisa was evacuated from Azovstal together with her mother, but during a "filtration camp" in Manhush, the occupiers detained the girlʼs mother because she was a military medic. The child went to Zaporizhzhia alone, accompanied by other people on the bus.