Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
January 5
10:00 АM
KYIV– Anna Lobova, a wife of a soldier heavily wounded in the terrorist attack, “Olenivka Families Community” NGO;

– Mariia Alieksieievych, a wife of a soldier heavily wounded in the terrorist attack, “Olenivka Families Community” NGO;

– Tetiana Katrychenko, Media Initiative for Human Rights (MIHR) NGO;

– Andrii Yakovlev, Regional Center for Human Rights NGO;

– A representative of the Coordination Headquarters for the Treatment of Prisoners of War;

– A representative of the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union

All in person.
А briefing on the investigation of the terrorist attack in Olenivka: “Crime without punishment” 

Topics of focus: 
– How did the disbanding of the UN mission affect further investigation of the tragedy in Olenivka?
– Has there been an alternative initiative established following the dissolution of the UN mission?
– Who and why formed “Olenivka Families Community” NGO?
– Who is investigating the terrorist attack in Olenivka today?
– Cooperation between human rights NGOs and “Olenivka Families Community”;

Why this is interesting:
A year ago, on January 5, 2023, Stephane Dujarric, Spokesman for the United Nations Secretary-General, stated that the Secretary-General had decided to disband the fact-finding mission regarding the 29 July 2022 incident at Olenivka.
Both the UN and the ICRC were denied access to the scene of the crime. Moreover, these organizations refrained from explicitly attributing responsibility to the russian federation for the lack of access. The UN statement cited the absence of conditions required for the deployment of the mission to the site, while the ICRC provided a verbal response indicating a lack of access but refused to offer written confirmation.
11:00 АM
KHARKIV– Oleh Syniehubov – head of Kharkiv Regional Military Administration– Briefing: “Operational situation in the Kharkiv region”
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