Gerashchenko told what an important report by the UN regarding human rights in the occupied Crimea
Member, humanitarian sub-group of the Trilateral contact group on conflict settlement in Donbas, first Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Irina Gerashchenko has explained, what is important is the first public report of the UN high Commissioner for human rights on the situation in the occupied Crimea.
She told about it in interview TCH.
According to her, this is important, because with this document you can go to court.
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“This is important because with the official report you can go to the courts. But today the territory of the Crimea and the Donbass, remains closed to any humanitarian mission. And it turns out a vicious circle. Crimea and Donbas are closed to the international humanitarian mission for the international observation missions, means any information in any report no. So, this issue never arises on the international markets. And Moscow’s tactics to work against the clock to have not thought about it, didn’t say, materials were not, the court was what to go with. Actually, it should be changed,” – said Gerashchenko.
We will remind, in the UN report says that the Russian Federal security service tortured detainees in the occupied Crimea. The FSB made the Pro-Ukrainian activists to confess to committing crimes related to terrorism, using torture with elements of sexual violence. The victims were kept incommunicado and correspondence, bound, blindfolded, they were beaten, forced to strip naked, subjected to electric shocks by putting electric wires to the genitals, threatened to sexually assault a soldering iron and a wooden stick.
Read the full interview with Vice-speaker and member of the Tripartite contact group Irina Gerashchenko on the link.
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