News from Ukraine

February 2, 2014
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Current news forwarded from our Member organisations in Ukraine.

EuroMaidan Newsletter 2017

The previous issues can be found online here or here.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 162 (24 January 2017)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 161 (17 January 2017)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 160 (10 January 2017)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 159 (3 January 2017)

EuroMaidan Newsletter 2016

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 158 (20 December 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 157 (13 December 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 156 (6 December 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 155 (29 November 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 154 (22 November 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 153 (15 November 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 152 (8 November 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 151 (1 November 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 150 (25 October 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 149 (18 October 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 148 (4 – 10 October 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 147 (27 September – 3 October 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 146 (20 – 26 September 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 145 (13 – 19 September 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 144 (6 – 12 September 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 143 (30 August – 5 September 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 142 (23 – 29 August 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 141 (16 – 23 August 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 140 (2 – 8 August 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 139 (26 July – 1 August 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 138 (19 – 25 July 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 137 (12 – 18 July 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 136 (5 – 11 July 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 135 (28 June – 4 July 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 134 (21 – 27 June 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 133 (14 – 20 June 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 132 (7 – 13 June 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 131 (31 May – 6 June 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 130 (24 – 30 May 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 129 (17 – 23 May 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 128 (10 – 16 May 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 127 (3 – 9 May 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 126 (26 April – 2 May 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 125 (19 – 25 April 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 124 (12 – 18 April 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 123 (5 – 11 April 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 122 (29 March – 4 April 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 121 (22 – 28 March 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 120 (15 – 21 March 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 119 (8 – 14 March 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 118 (1 – 7 March 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 117 (23 – 29 February 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 116 (16 – 22 February 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 115 (9 – 15 February 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 114 (2 – 8 February 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 113 (26 Jan – 1 Feb 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 112 (19 – 25 January 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 111 (12 – 18 January 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 110 (6 – 12 January 2016)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 109 (29 December 2015 – 4 January 2016)

EuroMaidan Newsletter 2015

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 108 (22 – 28 December 2015)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 107 (15 – 21 December 2015)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 106 (8 – 14 December 2015)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 105 (1 – 7 December 2015)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 104 (24 – 30 November 2015)

Ukraine pays tribute to victims of 1932-1933 Holodomor famine which claimed some 4.5m lives…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 103 (16 – 23 November 2015)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 102 (10 – 16 November 2015)

Ukraine sets up State Investigation Bureau. Ukraine has officially completed restructuring public and publicly guaranteed debt totaling about $15 bln. Ukraine finally passes anti-bias law, a prerequisite for visa-free travel to EU…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 101 (3 – 10 November 2015)

Ukraine military completes light weapons withdrawal from frontlines. Russia calls for delay in implementing ceasefire deal with Ukraine. Ukrainian military reports surge of fighting in east as Moscow sends 44th unauthorized convoy into Donbas. Militants directly storm ATO positions in Donetsk region for first time in two months…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 100 (27 October – 2 November 2015)

OSCE’s impartiality questioned as monitor turns out to be ex-Russian intelligence officer…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 99 (20 – 26 October 2015)

Business climate improving in Ukraine, reports U.S. Secretary of Commerce. Standard and Poor’s has upgraded Ukraine’s credit rating from “selective default” after Kyiv managed to strike a major debt write-down deal.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 98 (12 – 19 October 2015)

Ukrainians like democracy, unhappy with government, according to survey.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 97 (6 – 12 October 2015)

Oct.11. 85mm artillery withdrawal completed in Luhansk region. The truce was fully observed in the Luhansk and Artemivsk sectors over the last 24 hours.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 96 (29 September – 5 October 2015)

The leaders of Ukraine, France, Germany and Russia agreed late on Oct. 2 at a meeting in Paris to postpone the implementation of the Feb. 12 Minsk ceasefire deal beyond the end of 2015. Representatives of Russia, Ukraine, and Europe reached a long-awaited agreement on the withdrawal of tanks and other weapons from the frontline in eastern Ukraine…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 95 (22 – 28 September 2015)

Half of Ukrainians think Russia is responsible for Donbas conflict. 49.7% also believe western sanctions against Russia should be increased. Ukraine’s government has banned flights of Russian airlines, primarily Aeroflot and Transaero, to Ukraine starting October 25

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 93 (8 – 14 September 2015)

Cease-fire may be holding, but Russia is still a threat, European and Ukrainian leaders say. Yalta European Strategy forum in Kyiv.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 92 (1 – 7 September 2015)

The National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy initiated a Psychological Center in Sloviansk to treat post-traumatic stress. The Center will provide free free professional counseling and guidance to children and adults who suffering trauma after experiencing or witnessing violence and war.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 91 (25 – 31 August 2015)

Ukraine struck a critical debt deal with creditors that averted a default and opened the door to continued international support for its struggling economy.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 90 (18 – 24 August 2015)

Ukrainian filmmaker O. Sentsov stood before a Russian court in Rostov-on-Don on Aug. 19 to offer a defiant closing statement in his trial for alleged conspiracy to commit terrorism. In his remarks, he challenged the legitimacy of an occupied Crimea “governed by criminals”, and he spurned a path of “cowardice” that might accommodate or excuse Moscow’s actions in Ukraine. Sentsov verdict due on August 25; prosecutors ask for 23 years but Ukrainian says charges fabricated.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 88 (4 – 10 August 2015)

Five million people, including 1.7 mil children, have been directly affected by Russia’s war against Ukraine. Kharkiv Oblast hosts the most refugees where myriad state, NGO, and volunteer organizations try to assist them, aided by UNICEF.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 87 (28 July – 3 August 2015)

Russia vetoed a UN Security Council resolution to create a tribunal to try those suspected of shooting down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in July 2014. Ukraine, Malaysia, Australia, The Netherlands and Belgium will again appeal to the Security Council to set up an international tribunal.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 86 (21 – 27 July 2015)

According to a recent survey, only 15.3% of Ukrainians would be willing to hand Donbas over to Russia in exchange for peace. The figure willing to give up Crimea was higher – 33%, but still much lower than the 50.6% against…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 85 (14 – 20 July 2015)

The Dutch Safety Board’s draft investigative report on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 blames pro-Russian separatists for shooting down the Boeing 777 nearly a year ago, killing all 298 passengers and crew members.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 84 (7 – 13 July 2015)

The OSCE Parliamentary Assembly has approved a resolution condemning Russia’s “unilateral and unjustified assault on Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.”

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 83 (30 June – 6 July 2015)

In the past six months, over 11,000 children from eastern and central Ukraine have received psychological and social support through a programme co-run by UNICEF, the Ministry of Education of Ukraine, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy and Ukrainian Scientific Centre of Practical Psychology.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 80 (9 – 15 June 2015)

Polish President Bronisław Komorowski says that Russia’s aggressive policy not only disputes the borders of Ukraine, but also undermines the foundations of the global order…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 79 (2 – 8 June 2015)

G7 firm on Russian sanctions but accused of being ‘outdated and divided’. Western leaders told to ‘stop being passive’ in the face of Russian aggression.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 78 (26 May – 1 June 2015)

Separatists in Donbas have more tanks than Germany, France, and the Czech Republic combined. They According to Deputy Commander of the Anti-Terrorist Operation Col. Valentyn Fedychev, as of 8 April 2015, Russia’s hybrid army in Donbas has 700 tanks, over 1,100 ACVs, 600 artillery systems, and 380 MRLS.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 76 (12 – 18 May 2015)

President Petro Poroshenko has signed into law legislation banning Soviet symbols and communist-era propaganda in Ukraine.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 75 (5 – 11 May 2015)

Ukraine had the supreme misfortune of being stuck between Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin during World War II. And Ukrainians paid a heavy price that is still felt today: More than eight million killed; the entire territory fought over by competing armies; and, tragically, instances of Ukrainians fighting on both sides – although most took part on the Soviet side. To this day, the soldiers in the Ukrainian Insurgent Army are vilified by the Kremlin for waging war against the Soviets in hopes of an independent Ukraine, a struggle that lasted into the 1950s.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 73 (21 – 27 April 2015)

29 years ago, a reactor at Chornobyl nuclear power plant exploded and spewed out a cloud of radiation that covered most of Europe. The scope of the tragedy was hidden from the Ukrainian population and the world. Five days later, on May 1st, thousands of children marched in a solidarity parade, their parents unaware of the danger to their health.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 72 (14 – 20 April 2015)

Decommunization is an investment in our future. The main goal of the laws is to show that a regime that violates human rights does not have a chance in Ukraine. We close the door to a revanchism of the soviet past, as we see in the “DNR” and “LNR” separatist projects in the Donbas.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 70 (31 March – 6 April 2015)

The investigation into the murders of activists during the EuroMaidan revolution was inadequate and biased, according to the conclusions of the Council of Europe’s International Advisory Group that studied the process, which has been led by Ukraine’s general prosecutor’s office in conjunction with the police.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 69 (24 – 30 March 2015)

Two people wounded in Ukraine clashes as 22 Russian tanks reported crossing border from Russia into conflict zone on March 29…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 68 (17 – 23 March 2015)

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 67 (10 – 16 March 2015)

On March 15 President Poroshenko stated that Minsk agreements have failed. It is necessary to strengthen sanctions against Russia. On March 13 Ukraine officially requested UN peacekeepers…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 66 (3 – 9 March 2015)

Jailed Ukrainian Pilot Nadia Savchenko ‘Partially’ Halts Hunger Strike. Mar.7: Head of OSCE Europe: “The cease-fire is, all in all, holding, but there are violations”…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 65 (24 February – 2 March 2015)

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says Russian opposition politician and Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov was killed because he was going to reveal evidence of Moscow’s involvement in the separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 64 (17 – 23 February 2015)

On March 1, activists from around the world will be participating in a Global Day of Action to demand that Putin free Ukrainian political prisoner, pilot and MP Nadiya Savchenko…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 63 (10 – 16 February 2015)

Ukraine Cease-Fire Deal Signed At Minsk Summit. Vytautas Landsbergis, Lithuania’s first post-Soviet leader, says that Thursday’s Minks agreement is worse than the Munich agreement of 1938…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 62 (3 – 9 February 2015)

Poroshenko, Putin, Merkel and Hollande will meet on Feb.11. Putin threatens to use nuclear warheads against Ukraine. Merkel and Hollande warn about more bloodshed If Ukraine diplomacy fails…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 61 (27 January – 2 February 2015)

The Ukrainian Parliament officially declares Russia an agressor state.
On January 28 The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) has decided again to strip Russia of the right to vote or take part in the assembly’s governing bodies until April 2015.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 60 (20 – 26 January 2015)

Thirty civilians were killed and 102 wounded by the Russian Grad rocket shelling of the residential area in the port of Mariupol, south-east of Ukraine. OSCE SMM report confirmed shelling has been conducted from the pro-Russian separatist controlled territories. Ukrainians across Ukraine and abroad pray for victims of this brutal attack and demand to stop the war in Ukraine.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 59 (13 – 19 January 2015)

Despite international condemnation of the deaths of 12 civilians killed in an apparent separatist attack on a passenger bus at a Ukrainian checkpoint, planned talks by heads of state in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, were postponed indefinitely. German Chancellor Angela Merkel insisted that Russia first implement the September peace accords reached in Minsk, Belarus. The war’s death toll now stands at roughly 5,000…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 58 (6 – 12 January 2015)

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says his country shares France’s pain following a deadly attack against the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
“Europe needs to wake up and recognize that it is under attack from Russia. Assisting Ukraine should also be considered as a defense expenditure by the EU countries.” George Soros…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 57 (31 December 2014 – 5 January 2015)

President Petro Poroshenko has signed a law abandoning Ukraine’s neutral “non-bloc” status, and said Ukrainians will decide whether the country should seek NATO membership once it meets the standards of the Western military alliance. The majority of Ukrainians (53%) support the country’s accession to NATO, 22% are against, and 25% have no opinion on the matter

EuroMaidan Newsletter 2014

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 56 (23 – 30 December 2014)

December 27, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko met the air force aircraft with 145 Ukrainian soldiers who were released from captivity. Ukraine’s parliament has voted to abandon the country’s neutral “non-bloc” status and set a course for NATO membership, a move immediately denounced by Russia as “unfriendly.” …

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 55 (16 – 22 December 2014)

On December 19, Security Service of Ukraine prevented a terrorist action which was to be carried out on Maidan Nezalezhnosti, Kyiv’s central square.
Ukrainian journalist tackles Putin on Russian aggression in Donbas and on Savchenko…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 54 (9 – 15 December 2014)

On December 12 The Ukraine Freedom Support Act of 2014 passed both the Senate and House chambers, granting lethal military and non-military assistance to Ukraine and expanding sanctions against Russia.
Ukrainian parliament to prepare bill declaring anti-terrorist operation in Donbas a war. The Ukrainian Defense Ministry reports 917 servicemen and women killed and 3,318 wounded in Donbas fighting. Pro-Russian separatists fail to agree on new round of peace talks.
Crimean Tatars disappear in unexplained circumstances; relatives of the victims make serious allegations against Russian police.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 53 (9 – 15 December 2014)

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 52 (25 November 2014 – 1 December 2014)

“We have no time to talk. The Ukrainian people can confirm that. The coalition has been formed! There is a political will to make changes. There is a clear plan of actions and the coalition agreement. We have a chance to fulfill it. So let’s start working, for us to be able to apply for membership in the EU in 5 years.” said President Poroshenko at the opening of the newly elected Parliament. Ukraine will have to live with its caretaker government until at least Dec. 2

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 51 (18 – 24 November 2014)

Nov 21, a year ago one of the most unprecedented revolutions in Ukraine’s history began – The Revolution of Dignity. Yet the killing of more than 100 Ukrainians by the ousted president remains unpunished. See the newsletter for the striking photos and videos of that time.
Nov 22, on Holodomor Memorial Day (The manmade famine orgazined by Soviet regime, took the lives of more than 4.5 million Ukrainians) the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) and Liberation Movement Research Centre released documents about Ukrainian protests during those years.
The United Nations says fighting in eastern Ukraine has killed an average of 13 people a day since a cease-fire between government forces and pro-Russian irregulars was signed on September 5. National Security and Defense Council: the shelling of Ukrainian Army positions from Russia been reported yet again.
“Povodyr” (The Guide), Oles Sanin’s drama about the inter-war period and Soviet persecution of Ukrainian folk musicians goes into wide screening and has been nominated for an Oscar. See newsletter to watch the trailer for the movie.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 50 (11 – 18 November 2014)

The West isolated Putin over Ukraine during the G20 Summit in Australia. The EU is preparing new sanctions for leaders of the so called Donetsk and Luhansk ‘People’s Republics’. President Poroshenko says Ukraine is prepared for ‘total war’. Russian Federation tanks identified in the city of Snizhne, near Donetsk. UN: A million people displaced in Ukraine. As of Nov 16, 703 persons still being held captive by terrorists, Center for the Release of Prisoners reports.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 49 (4 – 10 November 2014)

On November 11, Central Election Commission has announced official election results by party lists. The Committee of Voters of Ukraine (CVU) reports that scandal continues over Donetsk oblast electoral district No. 59, where abnormal turnout and ballot stuffing were reported on Election Day.
President Petro Poroshenko has ordered reinforcements to protect southern and eastern areas of Ukraine from possible attacks by Russian irregulars.
After the entry of the last Russian “humanitarian” convoy, firing in Donbas has intensified.
The OSCE monitors say they are “very concerned” after its monitors witnessed columns of military equipment moving through territory in east Ukraine controlled by Russian irregulars…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 48 (28 October – 3 November 2014):

For the first time in its young history as an independent state, the Ukrainian government is now one overwhelmingly composed of figures oriented towards a Western future. This is what most scares Vladimir Putin, who is unlikely to relent in his efforts to render the country a failed state for having the audacity to move out of Russia’s orbit. Now, more than ever, Ukraine needs the help of those who profess to stand for the ideals of freedom and democracy.
The United Nations says that more than 4,000 people have been killed in clashes in eastern Ukraine between the government forces and pro-Russian separatists. 300 people were killed just in the last 10 days despite a cease-fire agreed to in early September…

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 47 (21 – 27 October 2014):

On October 26 Ukrainians have elected the most pro-European parliament in the country’s history, cementing Ukraine’s geopolitical pivot towards EU integration. Ukraine’s voter committee reports 3 times fewer election violations than 2012. 1.5 million people in the Donetsk oblast (45%) did not take part in the elections. The self-proclaimed LNR announced that residents, who participated in the elections “to be judged by martial law, and any members of the precinct and district election commissions will be shot dead.”
Oct 25, NATO: Russian troops are still inside Ukraine, and Russia is still violating international law. UNHCR reports more than 800,000 people displaced by Ukraine conflict.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 46 (14 – 20 October 2014):

Bilateral talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Oct. 17 failed to produce either a concrete gas deal or a regime for monitoring the unruly ceasefire in Ukraine’s East. Up to 3,000 Russian irregulars and hundreds of military vehicles have been amassed near Debaltseve, about 75 km from Donetsk, as of Oct 20. Read also about the crimes of pro-Russian militants against civilians in Donbas: kidnapping, looting and executions. The Coalition for Combating Discrimination in Ukraine [CCD] is calling on the Ukrainian government and international community to pay heed to systematic rights violations in the Crimea under Russian occupation and to impose international sanctions. The Ukrainian Government has carried out the first lustration cases with 39 high level civil servants expected to be dismissed.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 45 (7 – 13 October 2014):

Kremlin spokesman says Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered Russian troops to withdraw from the border with Ukraine, however Russian irregular troops continue to shell Ukrainian army positions. As of October 10, the biggest number of bombardments and assaults recorded on the positions near Debaltsevo and Schastya towns. As of October 2 Ukraine counts 375 000 internally displaced people, according to the UN. Petty harassment, raids on mosques, questionable prosecutions, extrajudicial abductions, torture and even killings. Six months after Russia’s forceful annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, the peninsula’s 250,000 Tatars are feeling the heat. Mustafa Dzhemilev, leader of the Crimean Tatars: the so-called Russian “authorities” plan a census in Crimea. This is a prepapration for the deportation of the Crimean Tatars from their native land.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 44 (30 September – 6 October 2014):

At least 974 soldiers killed in Russia’s war against Ukraine. Red Cross representative killed by shelling in separatist-controlled Donetsk. Donetsk airport – central battleground of the Eastern Ukraine. Ukrainian fighters who successfully repelled attacks of Russian troops and irregular forces at the Donetsk airport, are now nicknamed “the cyborgs”. Over 70% of Donetsk Oblast residents don’t want to live under “separatist” rule.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has granted Russian citizenship to former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, former Prime Minister Mykola Azarov and former Prosecutor General Viktor Pshonka.
Crimean Tatars complain about a campaign of harassment and intimidation launched against them.

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 43  (23-29 September 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 42 (16-22 September 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 41 (9-15 September 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 40 (2 – 8 September 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 39 (26 August – 1 September 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 38 (19 – 25 August 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 37 (12 – 18 August 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 36 (5 – 11 August 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 35 (29 July – 4 August 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 34 (22 – 28 July 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 33 (15 – 21 July 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 32 (19 July 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 31 (9 – 14 July 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 30 (1 – 8 July 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 29 (24 – 30 June 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 28 (18 – 23 June 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 27 (10 – 17 June 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 26 (3 – 9 June 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 25 (27 May – 2 June 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 24 (20 – 26 May 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 23 (14 – 19 May 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 22 (6 – 13 May 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 21 (29 April – 5 May 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 20 (21 – 28 April 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 19 (15 – 20 April 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 18 (7 – 14 April 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 17 (31 March – 6 April 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 16 (24 – 30 March 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 15 (17 – 23 March 2014) – Russia annexes Crimea on 18 March, Russian military invasion of Crimea unfolds on 22 March
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 14 (9 – 16 March 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 13 (2 – 8 March 2014)

 

APPEAL BY THE CRIMEAN TATARS  1.3.2014

APPEAL FROM THE HEAD OF THE PUBLIC COMMISSION FOR THE INVESTIGATION AND PREVENTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN UKRAINE 3.3.2014 8 P.M.

EuroMaidan Newsletter

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 12 (23 February – 1 March 2014) – Russia declares war on Ukraine by a vote of Parliament on 1 March 2014

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 11 (20 – 21 February 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 10 (18 – 20 February 2014)

URGENT APPEAL 19.2.2014  – update (caution: with photographs of people injured)

URGENT APPEAL 18.2.2014 – beginning of the crackdown on EuroMaidan
(caution: with photographs of people injured and killed)

 

  • On 19 February 2014, the President of the EU Council issues a statement on the situation in Ukraine
  • On 10 February 2014, the EU Council adopts Council Conclusions on Ukraine.
  • On 6 February 2014, the European Parliament adopts a resolution on Ukraine.
  • On 30 January 2014, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe adopts a resolution on the situation in Ukraine (here). Text of the resolution “The functioning of democratic institutions in Ukraine” (here).
  • 29 January 2014 – Top legal experts have created a Commission to Investigate Human Rights Violations in Ukraine. (Press release)

EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 9 (10 – 16 February 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 8 (4 – 9 February 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 7
(29 January – 1 February 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 6 (24 – 28 January 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 5 (21 – 23 January 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 4 (13 – 20 January 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 3 (5 – 12 January 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 2 (1 – 4 January 2014)
EuroMaidan Newsletter No. 1 (29 – 30 December 2013)

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