10 September 2019, 11:11

PACE to discuss situation of Crimean Tatars in Crimea. The issue is already on the agenda of the next session, which will be held in Strasbourg from September 30 to October 4

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The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe will discuss a report on the situation of Crimean Tatars in the Crimea occupied by Russia, according to Ukrinform.

Reportely, this issue is on the agenda of the next session, which will be held in Strasbourg from September 30 to October 4.

Swiss MP Manuel Tornar will be the rapporteur on the draft resolution, which will be considered on October 2.

According to the Crimean Human Rights Group, in the occupied Crimea, as part of illegal criminal prosecutions for political and religious reasons, 86 people were deprived of their liberty, 34 of them have already been sentenced.

Some of the convicts were transferred to Crimean and Russian colonies, the rest are kept in the pre-trial detention centers of the Crimea and the Russian Federation.

По состоянию на 7 сентября 2019 года 86 человек незаконно лишены свободы в рамках политически мотивированного и/или…

Опубліковано Crimean Human Rights Group Понеділок, 9 вересня 2019 р.

Human rights activists divided the files  of political prisoners into 15 cases:

  • The Case of Crimean Muslims (also known as the “Hizb ut-Tahrir Case” – approx. Ed.), “Alushta Group”
  • The Case of Crimean Muslims, “Bilohirsk group”
  • The Case of Crimean Muslims, “Yalta Group”
  • The Case of Crimean Muslims, “First Bakhchysarai Group”
  • The Case of Crimean Muslims, “First Simferopol Group”
  • The Case of Crimean Muslims, “Second Bakhchysarai Group”
  • The Case of Crimean Muslims, “Second Simferopol Group”
  • The Case of Crimean Muslims, “Krasnohvardiysk Group”
  • The Case of Crimean Muslims, “Sevastopol Group”
  • The Case of Ukrainian Saboteurs
  • The Case of the Sentsov Group
  • The Jamaat Tablighi Case
  • Single criminal cases
  • Persecution for involvement in the Noman Chelebigihan Battalion
  • Persecution of the participants of the Maidan.

Meanwhile, on September 11, the European Court of Human Rights will consider an interstate case in the lawsuit of Ukraine against Russia concerning violations of human rights in illegally annexed Crimea by the Russian side.