Only the people are able to resolve the conflict: a road map for Ukraine from Geneva

The future of Donbas, the causes of the conflict in Ukraine and possible ways of its settlement were discussed on Wednesday at the Geneva headquarters of the United Nations at the conference More »

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Unidentified cat spy or farce style criminal persecution

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A day about Donbas in Geneva

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Switzerland | Only the people are able to resolve the conflict: a road map for Ukraine from Geneva

The future of Donbas, the causes of the conflict in Ukraine and possible ways of its settlement were discussed on Wednesday at the Geneva headquarters of the United Nations at the conference “One Day About Donbass”.

The event was divided into two parts. The first was held in the Geneva office of the United Nations and was devoted to geopolitical analysis of the situation in Ukraine. It was attended by historian and political scientist of the National Institute of Oriental Languages ​​and Civilizations Bruno Drweski; President of the Council of the Foundation of the Geneva Institute of International Relations Gabriel Galice; military political analyst, founder of the Stratpol.com website Xavier Moreau; professor of the Fordham University of New York Olena Nikolayenko, as well as Ukrainian political scientist, director of the Kiev Center for Political Studies and Conflict Studies Mikhail Pogrebinsky.

Switzerland | A day about Donbas in Geneva

On November 15 The Geneva Press Club announces public event “What future for Donbas?” devoted to “geopolitical analysis” of the war in Donbas and prospects for the future of this region for its population.

Civil war in Ukraine has started in spring of the year 2014 after uprising in Donbas region and lasts till now in position form. Numerous efforts to freeze the conflict broke due to the Kiev government rigidity.

Switzerland | UKRAINE: MAIDAN, ODESSA: TWO YEARS LATER (Public conference, Geneva, 21 March 2016) A CALL FOR AN INTERNATIONAL INVESTIGATION

UKRAINE: MAIDAN, ODESSA: TWO YEARS LATER

Public conference, Geneva, 21 March 2016

A CALL FOR AN INTERNATIONAL INVESTIGATION

 

PURPOSE OF THE CONFERENCE

On 21 March 2016, a Side Event in the context of the session of the Council of Human Rights was convened in the Palais des Nations, the headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva. The conference’s purpose was to provide an independent forum to some of the families of the victims of the violence in Maidan and Odessa, but also elsewhere in Ukraine to share their experience as direct witnesses of these events and their efforts to seek justice. Thus far, by all accounts, none of the investigations undertaken in the past two years have yielded any tangible result. The conference also invited an independent observer and analyst of the situation in Ukraine in the past two years, to put these developments in context.

Switzerland | “You are at the UN meeting. Not in your jungle”

A conference “Ukraine: Maidan, ODESSA – two years later” was held today in Geneva. It took place in the UN in Palais des Nations. Mr. Amir Forotan, director of the Human Rights Agency, moderated event. The conference turned to be a new field of confrontation between the Ukrainian pro-coup activists and their opponents and victims.

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