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June 18 — June 24 News Digest

June 24, 2016 16:24 0 2344 QirimInfo
EU to extend sanctions against Russia for another six months, ECHR accepted claim on «nationalization» of Ukrainian assets in Crimea, General Prosecutor's Office summoned for questioning representatives of the occupying authorities of Crimea and more

EU to extend sanctions against Russia for another six months

June 21. European Union envoys have agreed to prolong the economic sanctions against Russia for another six months, until January 31.

 

ECHR accepted claim on «nationalization» of Ukrainian assets in Crimea

June 21. On May 27, 2016 the European Court of Human Rights accepted for consideration the complaint of JSC "Feodosia shipbuilding company "Morye" on a violation of company’s rights as a result of illegal nationalization of its property in the territory of Crimea.

ECHR for the first time will consider essentially the legality of interference in property rights on the assets of FSC "Morye" of the self-proclaimed authorities of Crimea without compensation of their value, as well as violation of the right to fair trial.

 

«Massandra» to «export» wine to occupied Donbas

June 22. Crimean winery "Massandra", which stayed to work in occupied Crimea, intends to supply its products to the territory of the so-called "DPR" and "LPR". It is stated in a message on "Massandra" website.

 

General Prosecutor's Office summoned for questioning representatives of the occupying authorities of Crimea

June 23. This is the third summons for suspects of a criminal case concerning the annexation of Crimea. 

The interrogation was appointed on the 29th of June. Previously, all nine of the suspects were called on the 9th of June and the 15th of June.

 

Air company to be opened in occupied Crimea

June 23. «Authorities» of Crimea believe that opening of air company is a necessary task, as today Crimea depends on economic practicability and tariffs of other airlines.

 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs indignant at that representatives of Consulate General were not allowed to Ukrainian political prisoners in Russian Federation

June 24. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent a note of protest to Russia in connection with the non-admission of representatives of the Consulate General of Ukraine in Rostov-on-Don to political prisoners Ruslan Zeytulaev, Nuri Primov, Rustem Vaitov and Ferat Sayfullaev.

They were illegally detained in occupied Crimea and transferred for detention on the territory of the Russian Federation.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs also noted that the Russian Federation, impeding access to political prisoners, tries to conceal the "obvious fabrication of opened criminal proceedings against them".

 

Ukraine needs to change its policy to protect Crimean Tatars’ rights, — Polozov

June 24. The lawyer believes that within the framework upcoming trials Kyiv should take concrete measures to implement the support of the citizens of Ukraine in Crimea.

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