Karelian, the Ombudsman called for greater control of children’s activities

© RIA Novosti / MOE Opperate in fotobanka search and rescue on lake Ladoga. 20 Jun 2017Karelian, the Ombudsman called for greater control of children’s activities© RIA Novosti / MOE Opperate the image Bank

The Commissioner for children’s rights in the Republic of Karelia Oksana Starshova considers it necessary to strengthen the control activities of children and adolescents.

Earlier it was reported that on Monday in Impilahti Bay, lake Ladoga on the capsized boat, where five teenagers 15-17 years old (four boys and a girl). Two of them managed to escape, the fate of three is unknown. Continue search and rescue operations.

«Many questions remain open. These children went unaccompanied to celebrate the event in the life of one of the Teens. They were alone, and this is the age that requires supervision, control. They come as adults, and in fact are still children,» said Starshova RIA Novosti.

«When adults around, this activity is filled with content, it’s a completely different vacation than when they themselves do it this way», she added.

The children’s Ombudsman noted that in the near future intends to go to Sortavala. «We are in touch with the investigating Committee and those groups who are engaged in search of children. Accumulated search-and-rescue forces in the Republic who have the necessary equipment, the divers,» said she.

«Today, there is still hope that the three guys will find alive. The offshore Islands that are there, that hope leaves… We all have to believe that children will find,» added Starshova.

© RIA Novosti / MOE Opperate in fotoracconti MOE conducted a search operation in the Ladoga lake, where the boat capsized with teenagers. 20 Jun 2017Karelian, the Ombudsman called for greater control of children’s activities© RIA Novosti / MOE Opperate in fotoracconti MOE conducted a search operation in the Ladoga lake, where the boat capsized with teenagers. 20 Jun 2017

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