Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
October 2
11:00 AMKHARKIV– Yevhen Vasylenko – spokesman of the Main Office of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in the Kharkiv region

Briefing regarding the operational situation in the Kharkiv region for the period September 25 – October 1, 2023

2:00 PMKYIV– Borys Petruniok, researcher and documentarian at ZMINA Human Rights Center;

– Viktoria Nesterenko, Project Manager at ZMINA Human Rights Center;

– Iryna Siedova, a researcher at the Crimean Human Rights Group. 

All in person. 

Occupiers sanctions lists: human rights activists name those denying Kremlin prisoners access to proper medical care

Why is it interesting?
According to the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea report, Russia is currently illegally detaining 186 Crimean political prisoners. Experts of the Crimean Human Rights Group accurately know about at least 173 Crimean political prisoners. The occupiers to blame for 21 people of that number who urgently need medical attention are in total lack of it. Without treatment, these prisoners may become disabled or even die in captivity. Denial of health care amounts to a form of torture.

Human rights activists have collected data about specific individuals who are behind the neglect of prisoners’ needs and will present a list of perpetrators during the event.