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MIP: The Motto 'Crimea Is Ukraine' Should Be Meaningful in Terms of Political Decisions

On December 12th, on the occasion of the International Human Rights Day, the National Media Centre ‘Territory of Reforms’ hosted the conference ‘Crimea. Annexation and Lawlessness or the Beginning of the Empire’s End?’

Opening the event, Emine Dzhaparova, First Deputy Minister of Information Policy of Ukraine noted that one of the Ministry’s most important topics was information reintegration of the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.

“In Crimea, Ukrainian citizens are subjected to forcible passporting, enforced resettlement, systematic searches of houses of activists, detentions, interrogations, politically motivated ‘proceedings.’

“Furthermore, killings and disappearance of people are the criminal core of the repressive policy of Russia’s occupational ‘authorities’ in Crimea,” the First Deputy Minister noted.

Emine Dzhaparova stressed that the situation in the occupied peninsula must be actively discussed, in particular, on the international level so that the world community will know what is really happening in Crimea and understand the need to prolong sanctions against Russia in connection with its aggression against Ukraine.

Organized by: the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine; the Kyiv Press Club; Yaremenko Ukrainian Institute for Social Research.

Participants: Emine Dzhaparova, First Deputy Minister of Information Policy of Ukraine; Olha Balakirieva, Yaremenko Ukrainian Institute for Social Research; Natalia Belitzer, Pylyp Orlyk Institute for Democracy; Hryhoriy Perepelytsia, Professor of the Institute of International Relations of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv; Mykhailo Honchar, President of the Centre for Global Studies ‘Strategy XXI’; political anaysts Olesia Yakhno, Yurii Lisnychyi, Volodymyr Tsybulko; Akhtem Seitablaiev, Head of the SE ‘Crimean House’; Borys Babin, scientist, civil and political activist, Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea; Mykola Kapitonenko, expert of the Institute for Social and Economic Studies; Olena Yurchenko, secretary of the NUJU; Izet Hdanov, Representation of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea; officials of the Ministry for Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine; experts of the Ukrainian Helsinki Group; other experts and members of the civil and state sectors.


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