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Ukraine | Chronicle of repression in South Ukraine

Although the acute phase of the political conflict in Ukraine has passed, political repression continues on the territory controlled by Kiev regime. Intelligence agencies carry out arrests and actions of intimidation of disloyal citizens bringing fantastic charges against them.

Ukraine | Human rights in Ukraine: general review

Human Right Watch has issued its annual report on human rights in the world.

The armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine between the Ukrainian government and Russia-backed armed groups entered its fifth year. “Total impunity for conflict-related abuses persisted in 2018. The government took further steps to restrict freedom of expression and association.” Violence by radical groups promoting hatred put ethnic minorities, LGBT people, activists, and journalists at risk, report ads.

Ukraine | L’OSCE ressort le plan « casques bleus », sabotant ainsi Minsk-2

Le 24 janvier 2019, Martin Sajdik, représentant spécial de l’OSCE au sein des groupes de contact à Minsk, a proposé d’envoyer des casques bleus dans le Donbass et d’installer une administration temporaire de l’ONU dans la région, provoquant l’ire des Républiques Populaires de Donetsk et de Lougansk (RPD et RPL) et la perplexité parmi les analystes russes.

Ukraine | Ukrainian miners work for nothing on pain of state security

Since the summer of 2018 in Ukraine, the situation with the financing of state coal mines has worsened. Trade unions of miners claimed that the government owed workers more than a billion hryvnias (33 millions euro). The miners staged mass protests in Kiev.

Ukraine | Austrian journalist has been included in death list in Ukraine

The international scandal is gaining due to the inclusion of the famous Austrian journalist, 57-year-old Christian Wehrschütz in the list of enemies and “pro-Russian propagandists” in Ukraine.

Wehrschütz, recognized in Austria as a journalist of the year in 2014, a long-term special correspondent in the Balkans, has been heading the bureau of the largest Austrian television channel ORF in Kiev since 2015.

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