The need for regular UN, OSCE and Council of Europe review missions arose due to constant violation of human rights in the occupied peninsula, the organizers of the action posted on their Facebook page.
“After establishing Russia’s control over Crimea, constant human rights abuses have been observed on the peninsula. Ukraine is not able to influence the state of its citizens who have remained on the territory of Crimea. The presence of the international organizations such as the UN, OSCE and/or the Council of Europe will help to reduce the level of risk and tension, and to improve the human rights situation in Crimea,” reads the event program.
The event will take place at the National University of ‘Kyiv-Mohyla Academy’ on February 24. The organizers invite everyone to join the brainstorming.