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Situation of human rights in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, Ukraine
27 Oct 2017 -  The human rights situation in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol has seriously deteriorated since the occupation by the Russian Federation. Russian occupation authorities have conducted a severe crackdown on civil society and political opponents. Russia has unlawfully imposed its laws and justice system on the peninsula, which led to limitations of the enjoyment of human rights for the residents of Crimea. The space for civil society to operate, criticize or advocate has considerably shrunk, Ukrainian media outlets have been shut down.
Opening Remarks: 
Ivanna Klympush - Tsintsadze VICE PRIME MINISTER OF UKRAINE FOR EUROPEAN AND EUROATLANTIC INTEGRATION
Speakers:
  - Tetiana Pechonchyk HUMAN RIGHTS INFORMATION CENTRE
- Olga Skrypnyk CRIMEAN HUMAN RIGHTS GROUP
- Ayla Bakkalli EXECUTIVE MEMBER OF THE WORLD CONGRESS OF CRIMEAN TATARS
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