KYIV (QHA) -

Displaced persons from Russian-occupied Crimea and Donbas will hold a rally and a flash mob on December 10, International Human Rights Day, outside the Russian Federation Embassy in Kyiv, Eskender Bariev, a member of Mejlis of Crimean Tatars and coordinator of the action, reports.

“Hundreds of thousands of people have suffered as a result of Crimea occupation. The repressions against Crimean Tatars in Crimea continue,” he said. “Persecution of dissenters, ordered justicement, destruction of economy and human dignity has long been the hallmark of the ‘Russian World’. Murders, disappearances, tortures are integral features of the Russian authorities rule, both in domestic and foreign policy. The internally displaced persons from Crimea, Luhansk and Donetsk regions will show evidences of human rights violations by Russia on the territory of Ukraine and other countries. The protesters are going to warn others about the dangers of the 'Russian World' expansion. 

The action will take place at 2.00 pm outside the Embassy of the Russian Federation: 27, Povitroflotskyi Avenue, Kyiv. 

Organizers: Mejlis of Crimean Tatars, the Coordinating Council of Organizations of Internally Displaced Persons from Crimea, Vostok-SOS, Novyi Donbass, etc.
Organizers are calling on all patriots of Ukraine to take part in the rally.

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