Summary of the UHHRU report “STORY OF A CITY. OCCUPATION AND LIBERATION OF SEVERODONETSK”
The conflict in eastern Ukraine and its periodic escalations are having a direct impact on everyday life of entire Ukraine and have resulted in a large number of victims killed afterwards the occupation and liberation of Donbas cities. Human Rights Abuse Documentation Center of the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union (UHHRU) presents chronicles of the events of hybrid armed conflict in Ukraine in 2014-2017 using the example of several Donbas cities.
In course of its monitoring visits, UHHRU’s Documentation Center collected eyewitnesses’ stories and studied open information sources and statistical data regarding serious violations of human rights, including the right to life. A series of brief analytical reports starts with events in Severodonetsk, a city in Luhansk oblast that used to be at the epicenter of the so-called “Russian Spring”.
Executive Summary of the Report in English can be found here
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