Права Людини в Україні. Інформаційний портал Харківської правозахисної групи

Ervin Ibragimov and the abductions Russia brought to occupied Crimea

It is four years since Ervin Ibragimov, a member of the Executive Committee of the World Congress of Crimean Tatars was abducted from near his home in Bakhchysarai by men in road patrol uniforms | detail

Visits 785

Ukrainian arrested in Crimea says his Russian girlfriend falsely accused him to save herself

The FSB have once again claimed ’sabotage’, only to then change the charges, with 60-year-old Konstantin Shirinha accused of spying only - a charge he denies | detail

Visits 642

14 year sentences for Russia to present Ukraine as the enemy in occupied Crimea

Russia fabricated the charges against Volodymyr Dudka and Oleksiy Bessarabov for propaganda purposes as part of a long campaign to present Ukraine and its citizens as the enemy | detail

Visits 781

Political prisoners deported to Russia speak out on anniversary of Crimean Tatar Deportation

During a court hearing on 18 May, eight political prisoners honoured the victims of Stalin’s 1944 Deportation and pointed to the new methods of terror and intimidation that Moscow is now using against Crimean Tatars | detail

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Repression for Remembrance of Crimean Tatar Deportation that exposes Russia’s lies

Russia’s occupation regime has marked the 76th anniversary of the Deportation of the entire Crimean Tatar people on 18 May by warning against ‘provocation’ and ‘aggressive sentiments’ and threatening to break up any remembrance gathering. | detail

Visits 1510

Crimean children trained to want to fight for Russia and forget they’re Ukrainian

Even physical exercise is on a war footing in Russian-occupied Crimea, with children training to be ‘young soldiers’ like their grandfathers or grandfathers and mass efforts at indoctrination | detail

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Crimean Tatar civic journalist “taken at gunpoint and deported” for reporting on repression

If, as Kremlin-loyal academics claim, “the Deportation under Stalin was not part of the Russian state’s tradition”, “what am I doing here?”, Nariman Memedeminov asked in a Russian court on 14 May 2020 | detail

Visits 962

Putin hands out flats to turncoats who betrayed Ukraine in Russian-occupied Crimea

Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered that flats be provided for former Ukrainian enforcement officers who betrayed their oath to Ukraine on Russia’s invasion and annexation of Crimea | detail

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Ukraine takes vital step to protect Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Crimea

Moscow must understand that the forced dissolution of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Crimea will have identical consequences for the Russian Orthodox Church in mainland Ukraine, Archbishop Klyment, Head of the beleaguered Church in Crimea has said | detail

Visits 946

17-year sentence for following the law and his faith. A Crimean Tatar story under Russian occupation

“What is happening today in relation to me and to all the Crimean Tatar people, to Crimean Muslims, is politically motivated persecution for dissidence" | detail

Visits 1112

Russian Deputy Defence Minister: ’Why should we be ashamed of Stalin?’

While Russian President Vladimir Putin’s face has – for now – been removed from a mosaic in the new Russian Defence Ministry Cathedral, mass murderer Joseph Stalin remains. This is our history, the Deputy Minister of Defence claims, and what is there to be ashamed of? | detail

Visits 2626

Entire Crimean Tatar families persecuted under Russian occupation “We’ll have time to shoot you all!”

It is a year since the Russian FSB arrested Ruslan Suleymanov, a physics teacher and Crimean Solidarity civic journalist. Three months later, they came for his brother and fellow civic activist, Eskender | detail

Visits 3363

Russia calls Ukrainians in Crimea ‘foreigners’ and forces them to sell or lose their land

Russia’s new move to strip Ukrainians of their own land in Crimea is in flagrant violation of Ukrainian and international law and will bring consequences, both for Russia and for those Russians who ‘buy’ land illegally expropriated from Ukrainians . | detail

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How do you explain that Daddy is a political prisoner far away in Russia?

Anya was just 7 months old when her father, Hennady Lymeshko, was seized by the Russian FSB, tortured into ‘confessing’ to impossible crimes and then convicted on very different charges | detail

Visits 1253

Amnesty International calls for the release of Emir-Usein Kuku and all prisoners of conscience worldwide

Amnesty International is calling for the immediate and unconditional release of all the prisoners of conscience it is campaigning for worldwide, who are now at heightened risk due to the COVID-19 pandemic. | detail

Visits 594

Ukraine takes vital move to fight Russia’s destruction of cultural heritage in occupied Crimea

Ukraine’s lawmakers have finally ratified an important international document which can help counter Russia’s barbaric and ongoing destruction of places of huge historical and cultural heritage like the Khan’s Palace, or Hansaray, in Bakhchysarai | detail

Visits 2218

Russia calls honouring victims of the Crimean Tatar Deportation ‘extremism’ to harass rights activists

It is increasingly difficult to name anything that the Russian occupiers would consider sacred | detail

Visits 1023

Sushchenko & Aseyev: You helped get us released, now help imprisoned Crimean civic journalists

Roman Sushchenko and Stanislav Aseyev learned first-hand what Russian and Russian-controlled captivity is about and are calling for help in freeing imprisoned Crimean colleagues | detail

Visits 1248

Mounting religious persecution as Russia imposes monopoly on faith in occupied Crimea

This year alone, three Crimean Imams have faced prosecution for praying in their own mosques, with Russia claiming this to be ‘unlawful missionary activity’. Serhiy Filatov, a Jehovah’s Witness from Dzhankoy is imprisoned, awaiting his appeal against a six-year prison sentence for having worshipped with others in his own home | detail

Visits 1307

Stalin, Putin and ‘annexation of Crimea’ adorn new Russian Defence Ministry church

Russia’s annexation of Crimea is to form part of the mosaics inside the new Defence Ministry cathedral, together with portraits of mass murderer Joseph Stalin and Russia’s soon-to-be President-for-life, Vladimir Putin | detail

Visits 6446
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