Ukrainian citizen Nadiya Savchenko on the night of 23rd to 24th June 2014 as a consequence of joint illegal actions by terrorists of the so-called “Lugansk People’s Republic” and special services of the Russian Federation, with force and out of her will with flagrant disregard of international law and Ukrainian legislation was abducted from the […]Read more "Nadiya Savchenko’s Case"
Mykola Karpyuk (50) and Stanislav Klikh (41) are being accused by the Russian authorities of taking part in the first Chechen war (1994-1996) and killing Russian soldiers. Although in fact some activists of the Ukrainian radical movement “UNA UNSO” visited Chechnya and, according to unconfirmed information, were members of armed groups of Chechen rebels, neither […]Read more "Ukrainians illegally detained in Russia: The “Chechen” Case"
On August 28, Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Andriy Taranov and Head of the Security Service Vasyl Hrytsak presented irrefutable evidence of Russian Armed Forces’ participation in hostilities in the east of Ukraine and violation of the Minsk agreements. The proofs were gathered by the Ukrainian intelligence and confirmed by the intelligence of foreign states-partners […]Read more "Irrefutable Evidence of Russian Armed Aggression in Ukraine"
Nadiya Savchenko, a member of the Ukrainian parliament and of the Ukrainian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) for the 2015 session, has been illegally detained in the Russian Federation since June 2014.Nadiya’s lawyer Ilya Novikov unveiled the Russian Foreign Ministry’s instructions to the Investigation Committee, which distort the basic immunity principles […]Read more "Russia Disregards Immunity Principles of the Council of Europe"