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UN report noted deteriorating situation in occupied Crimea

September 27, 2016 18:58 0 2613 QirimInfo
The document notes that people continue to be subjected to interrogation and persecution by law enforcement authorities for expressing their views.

The report of the Monitoring Mission of the United Nations on human rights in Ukraine noted the deteriorating of the situation in occupied Crimea. Discussion of the report took place during the United Nations meeting on September 27.

"The report also highlights the gradual deterioration of the human rights situation and regression of fundamental freedoms in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea... The right to peaceful assembly has also been further curtailed by the de facto authorities and people continue to be interrogated and harassed by law enforcement agents for expressing views that are considered to be extremist", — it is said in the document.

During the discussion, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Sergii Kyslytsia noted that "the Russian delegation will reject all the charges, but the country should be responsible for all regimes supported, for all the war crimes and human rights violations that take place under its patronage".

Let us remind, massive human rights violations in Crimea were also noted at the OSCE conference in Warsaw.

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