Paintings by children living in Rojava exhibited in Moscow
An exhibition of paintings by children living in Rojava opened in Moscow.
An exhibition of paintings by children living in Rojava was opened in Moscow.
The exhibition opened at the People's House promoted by the Moscow Kurdish Women's Organization - Viyan, which is active in Moscow.
The exhibition was attended by representatives of the Kurdish Institution operating in Moscow, and on display were drawings made by children who portraited the war crimes carried out by Turkey.
Speaking at the exhibition, Reşad Benav, Russian Representative of the Autonomous Administration of North East Syria, said: "The whole world should listen to the children of Rojava.
As can be seen in these pictures, the impact of war on children psychology is enormous. Our main task is to end this war and build a happy future for our children. We want everyone to be sensitive about this."