Moscow, February 18 – Ksenia Michonova, the Commissioner for Children’s Rights in the Moscow Region, said on her Telegram channel that a fifth-grader who was stabbed in a school in Khimki was discharged from the hospital.
On February 7, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Moscow Region reported that a verbal dispute between two fifth-graders at the Khimki School ended in a stabbing: one of the girls stabbed the other, and the victim, born in 2012, was hospitalized. On Thursday, the press service of the Ministry of Health of the Moscow Region reported to the News Agency that the condition of the injured girl was satisfactory, and doctors noted a positive trend.
Michonova wrote: “Our little hero Sonya is already at home. Another dream has come true… Now the worst is behind us! Get well soon!”
The Ombudsman added that the girl received a hamster as a gift from the head of Khimki, Dmitry Voloshin, for her removal.