Ukrainian human rights activists sent to the President of the aggressor country, the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin more than a dozen reports, which documented violations of human rights in the temporarily occupied Crimea. It is reported by the coordinator of the NGO Crimeasos Tamil tasheva in Facebook.

“Today, together with fellow human rights activists held a rally – the Kremlin has sent a parcel with “Ferial” gifts for Vladimir Putin. Every time he says that he first heard about the persecution of the Crimean Tatars, his eyes bulging, said he had not heard about the abduction of the Crimean Tatars, – said Tasev.

According to her, in a submitted report contains information on human rights violations since February 2014.

“For example, since February 2014 there were 15 deaths, murders 39 facts of enforced disappearances, at the moment it is unknown where 16 people,” – said human rights activist.

According to her, recorded 149 cases of torture and other cruel, inhuman or such that humiliates dignity treatment or punishment, as well as 96 cases of politically motivated criminal prosecution of those who are in the Crimea and in Russia, or left because of persecution on the territory of mainland Ukraine, 76 of them are in Crimea.

December 26 in the temporarily occupied Simferopol, Russian security forces conducted searches in the streets of Darwin and hayri Emir-zade.

Russia has occupied the Autonomous Republic of Crimea in 2014 year. The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine officially declared on 20 February 2014 beginning of the temporary occupation of Crimea and Sevastopol by Russia. Key international organizations, including the UN General Assembly has condemned Russia’s actions and called the annexation and occupation of Crimea illegal. Against Russia were imposed economic sanctions. For the implementation by Moscow of the so-called elections with the participation of the Crimea in 2016-m to year the Parliament of Ukraine recognized the Russian state Duma is illegitimate.

Putin sent a parcel with “unpleasant surprises” 26.12.2017

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