13 human rights violations were registered in Crimea over January 2016.
13 cases of human rights violations were registered in Crimea over January 2016.
We would like to remind thatn in the end of January, the delegation of the Council of Europe of four members, headed by the Swiss Ambassador Gerard Stoudmann visited occupied peninsula to assess the human rights situation on the peninsula. The observers of the Council of Europe were the first representatives of international organizations that had access to the Crimea in the last year and a half.
On February 4, the European Parliament adopted a resolution condemning the "unprecedented level" of human rights violations of Crimeans, in particular, Crimean Tatars in occupied Crimea by Russian Federation.