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15.07.2019

Russia calls OSCE order to free 24 Ukrainian POWs ‘anti-Russian rhetoric’

The OSCE Parliamentary Assembly has issued a hard-hitting resolution * on Russia’s illegal occupation and militarization of Crimea, in which it clearly states that the 24 Ukrainian seamen whom Russia seized in November 2018 are prisoners of war | детальніше

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05.07.2019

Russian-controlled militants are still holding Ukrainian POWs seized after Putin’s Debaltseve deceit

It is over four years since three Ukrainian military men were taken prisoner in the so-called ‘Donetsk people’s republic’ with two of the men seized during one of the battles which Russia deployed significant forces to win | детальніше

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28.06.2019

Russian-controlled Donbas militants to release four hostages as election boost for Putin friend Medvedchuk

It has long been assumed that a hostage release might be arranged in advance of Ukraine’s parliamentary elections as a boost to Viktor Medvedchuk, a highly controversial Ukrainian politician and friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The release is, however, frustratingly limited | детальніше

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26.06.2019

Russia refuses to free 24 Ukrainian POWS despite an International Tribunal order it must obey

A month after Russia was ordered by the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea [ITLOS] to release 24 Ukrainian servicemen it is holding prisoner | детальніше

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19.06.2019

#FreeAseev: Statement of the Executive Board of the Ukrainian PEN Centre of PEN International

Over two years ago, in June 2017, a Ukrainian writer and journalist Stanislav Aseev was abducted in Donetsk on the temporarily occupied territory. Abductors – the so-called Ministry of State Security of the DPR – denied their involvement in this case, having admitted only after a month and a half that the journalist has been imprisoned on espionage charges. | детальніше

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06.06.2019

Crimean Tatar sentenced to 4 years in Russia’s new attack on legal Ukrainian organization

The Kirovsky District Court in Russian-occupied Crimea has sentenced Edem Kadyrov to four years’ imprisonment and a further year’s restricted liberty for allegedly belonging to the Asker (or Noman Çelebicihan) volunteer battalion | детальніше

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27.05.2019

Secret ‘spying’ trial in Russian-occupied Crimea based solely on a televised ‘confession’

The trial of 32-year-old Kostyantin Davydenko is taking place behind closed doors before a ’judge’ who has already sentenced political prisoner Yevhen Panov to 8 years’ imprisonment despite the lack of any evidence to back extremely implausible charges | детальніше

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23.05.2019

If Zelensky is serious about freeing the Kremlin’s hostages, he must show it now

On 21 April, then President-Elect Volodymyr Zelensky called the release of all political prisoners and PoWs his priority.  He now has every opportunity to make that a reality and the relatives of the prisoners and human rights groups have given him a road map on where to begin | детальніше

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17.05.2019

Tortured Crimean Tatar jailed for over 10 years without a crime

The de facto High Court in Russian-occupied Crimea has upheld a 10.5 year sentence against a young Crimean Tatar,  Fevzi Sahandzhy despite the latter’s allegations of torture and the lack of any criminal behaviour in the charges | детальніше

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03.05.2019

Ukrainian rights activist held prisoner in Russian proxy Donbas ‘republic’ receives international award

Ukrainian rights activist Andrey Yarovoi (Andriy Yarovyi] has become the laureate of the 2019 Carol and Travis Jenkins Award for his outstanding contribution to reducing drug-related harm, although he is imprisoned in the so-called ’Luhansk people’s republic’ and could not receive it himself. | детальніше

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05.04.2019

Two Ukrainians get 14-year sentences for refusing to cooperate with Russian FSB

Oleksiy Bessarabov and Volodymyr Dudka have been sentenced by a Russian-controlled Sevastopol court to 14 years’ imprisonment on entirely fabricated ‘sabotage’ charges | детальніше

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04.04.2019

Russia applies punitive psychiatry against the 24 Ukrainian POWs seized after Sea of Azov aggression

At least four of the 24 Ukrainian prisoners of war whom Russia seized on 25 November 2018 have been taken to the Serbsky Institute for supposed psychiatric assessment.  All the men are likely to be subjected to what, in the given situation, amounts to punitive psychiatry | детальніше

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02.04.2019

First Ukrainian political prisoner seized within days of Russia’s invasion of Crimea

Russia had seized its first Ukrainian political prisoner even before completing its illegal annexation.   Mykola Shyptur has now been imprisoned for over five years serving a 9-year sentence on a surreal charge of attempting to murder men who were trying to abduct, and probably kill, him | детальніше

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13.03.2019

In an important first, UN spells out that Russia is holding 24 Ukrainian Prisoners of War

In its first quarterly report since Russia’s attack on three Ukrainian naval ships near Crimea, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has clearly stated that Russia is in breach of international humanitarian law and that the 24 Ukrainians seized on 25 November 2018 are prisoners of war | детальніше

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05.03.2019

Still only ‘pinprick sanctions’ 100 days after Russia’s Azov Sea attack & seizure of 24 Ukrainian POWs

Russia’s attack on Ukrainian naval vessels and seizure of 24 POWs were condemned by the international community but the sanctions thus far have been “like a pinprick to an elephant”, according to Nikolai Polozov, the coordinator of the lawyers representing the 24 Ukrainians | детальніше

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14.02.2019

Ukrainian could face 3-year sentence for daubing paint on monument to Russian invaders of Crimea

Maxim Sokurenko has been remanded in custody in occupied Crimea and could face a three-year prison sentence for hurling a bit of paint at a monument to the Russian soldiers without insignia who seized control of Crimea five years ago | детальніше

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28.01.2019

Russia sentences Crimean Tatar to 10 years for alleged involvement in ‘Ukrainian battalion’

It is indicative of the questionable nature of all such prosecutions that Russian-controlled reports of this sentence used identical video footage to that shown in reporting another alleged arrest of a ‘battalion member’ on that very same day. | детальніше

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25.01.2019

Russia ordered to comply with the Geneva Convention on Prisoners of War in treatment of 24 imprisoned Ukrainians

PACE has called on Russia to release all 24 Ukrainian servicemen seized on 25 November 2018, and has insisted that their treatment must be in accordance with the Geneva Conventions, one of which regulates treatment of prisoners of war.  | детальніше

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24.01.2019

Russia stages mystery arrest for new propaganda about ‘Crimean Tatar battalion’

After claiming that Edem Bekirov, an amputee who has a serious heart condition, is an Asker Battalion fighter, the Russian FSB is now hiding the face of another Crimean Tatar arrested on similar charges, and carrying out armed searches of the parents of activists living in mainland Ukraine | детальніше

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24.01.2019

10-year ‘sentence’ for Ukrainian hostage who openly rejected Russian ‘defence’ of Donbas

The self-proclaimed ‘Donetsk people’s republic’ has ‘sentenced’ Stanislav Pechonkin to 10 years’ imprisonment, after taking the young man hostage while he was visiting Horlivka, which is under the Russian-controlled ‘republic’s’ control.  | детальніше

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