On May 18, Ukraine’s national information agency Ukrinform and Ukraine’s Information Policy Ministry launched a new section on Ukrinform’s website called ‘Crimea’, press-service of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.

“By launching the section, we want to keep Ukrainians and the international community up to date on the situation in Russian-occupied Crimea. We also want to show how efficient the Ukrainian government is in reintegrating Crimea in Ukraine information-wise,” says a press release of the Ukrainian government.

According to the press release, the section’s target audience will be Ukrainians living in Russian-occupied Crimea and suffering from repression.

“They now need the support and solidarity of Ukraine,” the press release says.

Launched on May 18, the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Genocide of the Crimean Tatar people, Ukrinform’s Crimea will feature not only information materials, but also interviews with and comments of politicians, human rights defenders, social activists, and leaders of the national movement of Crimean Tatars.

The section will be in Ukrainian and Russian. Ukrinform’s Crimea can be accessed using the following link.