On March 18, 2014, part of the Crimean peninsula officially became part of Russia, forming the Republic of Crimea. The accession of Crimea to Russia did not receive international recognition. On March 27, 2014, the UN General Assembly adopted resolution 68/262, in which it was stated that the referendum held is not valid and can not be used as a ground for changing the status of an autonomous republic. In the UN documents and the legislation of Ukraine, the declared territory of the republic is considered as the Autonomous Republic of Crimea temporarily occupied by the Russian armed forces.
We closely monitor the violation of human rights in the territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, primarily violations of the rights to freedom of assembly, movement and expression of opinion. Since the entry of the peninsula as a part of Russian Federation, journalists, human rights activists and other activists have recorded many gross violations of the rights of local residents on the territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.
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Views 181 The Ukrainian activist Vladimir Balukh is in the Kerch colony. This was reported on the 18th of October by “Crimea. Realii ” with a reference to the deputy chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Ahtem Chiygoz. Prior to this, Natalya, the spouse of the Ukrainian activist Vladimir Balukh, also reported thatRead More
Views 8 At the Titan factory in Armiansk, an accident occured, which led to a catastrophic ecological deterioration and made the territory dangerous to live; security officials searched Marlen Mustafaev’s house; another search was carried in the Old Crimea town, in the Kulametovs family; Asan Chapukh, a political prisoner, the defendant in the “Vedzhie Kashka’sRead More
Views 873 Employees of the Russian Federal Migration Service (FMS) on the morning of October 11 carried out investigative activities in a private house in Belogorsk in order to identify “illegals”. This was reported by the public association “Crimean Solidarity”.Read More
Views 288 The Kiev district court of Simferopol controlled by Kremlin extended the term of detention to the civilian journalist Nariman Memedeminov for two months, “Crimea. Realities” writes, referring to its own correspondent.Read More
Views 257 The hungry defendant involved in the “case of Vedzhiye Kashka”, the Crimean Tatar activist Asan Chapukh was released from remand prison under house arrest. About this with reference to the lawyer reported “Crimea. Realities”. The court released Chapukh “due to his critical state of health and the inability to carry out the necessary treatmentRead More
Views 341 The Supreme Court of Crimea, controlled by Russia, extended the detention of the “Hizb ut-Tahrir” defendants in the Bakhchisarai case through December 9. The defendants include Timur Ibragimov, Marlen Asanov, Ernes Ametov, Server Zekiryayev, Seyran Saliev and Memet Belyalov. This has been reported by “OVD-Info”, citing the Facebook page of the social association “CrimeanRead More
Views 263 Pro-Ukrainian activist Vladimir Balukh decided to stop his hunger strike for the period of his transfer from the No. 1 pre-trial detention center in Simferopol. “OVD-Info” writes about it.Read More
Views 100 The Kyiv District Court of Simferopol extended the detention of the defendants Server Mustafayev and Edem Smailov for two months in the Bakhchisarai “Hizb ut-Tahrir case”, reports “Krym.Realii” with a reference to its correspondents, the two defendants will remain in jail until December 9.Read More
Views 280 For half a year there has been no investigation of Enver Seitosmanov, a resident of Balaklava district, suspected of participating in the organization Hizb ut-Tahrir, which is banned in Russia, writes “Crimea.Realii ” referring to his lawyer Emil Kurbedinov.Read More
Views 368 Ukranian consuls can not get access to the history teacher Alexei Chirniya who was charged with planning terrorist acts in the Crimea. “Krym.Realii” writes about it referring to the lawyer of Chirniya Ilya Novikov.Read More
Views 192 Oleg Sentsov, convicted for 20 years on the Crimean Terrorists case, intends to end his hunger strike on October 6. The “Present Times” writes about it.Read More