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Ukrainian side event on the issue of occupied Crimea at the Autumn PACE session in Strasbourg

UHHRU is actively taking part in events of this autumn PACE session in Strasbourg. This time with round table “Crimea: the occupation as the reason of displacement of prisoners, Crimean Tatars, ethnic Ukrainians and other population groups. Dialogue within the framework of the Geneva Convention (IV) 1949”

The Ukrainian Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union, International Renaissance Foundation and International Partnership for Human Rights have the honor to hold a side event during the upcoming session of PACE.

The side event in a round table format on the subject “Crimea: the occupation as the reason of displacement of prisoners, Crimean Tatars, ethnic Ukrainians and other population groups. Dialogue within the framework of the Geneva Convention (IV) 1949” is planned to take place on October 11, 2016 from 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM (room 11 of Palais de Europe).

Archibishop of Simferopol and Crimea Vladyka Kliment faces pro-russian crimean “Samooborona” and russian soldiers en route to the church in Perevalne (march 2014)
Archibishop of Simferopol and Crimea Vladyka Kliment faces pro-russian crimean “Samooborona” and russian soldiers en route to the church in Perevalne (march 2014)

The speakers at the event are:

Tatiana Perchenko – coordinator of the event;

Roman Martynovskyy –  Regional Centre for Human Rights expert;

Daria Svyrydova – lawyer of Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union;

Vladyka Kliment – Archibishop of Simferopol and Crimea;

Georgiy Logvynskiy – member of the Parliament of Ukraine, Deputy Head of the Ukraine Permanent Delegation to PACE;

Mustafa Jemilev – member of the Parliament of Ukraine, Representative of the President of Ukraine on the issues of Crimean Tatar People.

Photo – Baykuş

 

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