This article addresses the challenges of ensuring the protection of children involved in violent extremism and terrorism through the recruitment and exploitation of minors by extremist and terrorist groups. Based on the analysis conducted' the author proposes to continue the implementation of international standards for juvenile justice in Uzbekistan and to strengthen the role of international organizations in ensuring the protection of the rights and interests of children.

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