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Ukraine and Russia to sign document on transfer of convicted Ukrainians from Crimea
21:22, 28 June 2016
Ukraine and Russia to sign document on transfer of convicted Ukrainians from Crimea

After Crimea's occupation more than 1000 Ukrainian convicted persons were transfered to Russian prisons

21:22, 28 June 2016

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Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights Valeria Lutkovska and Commissioner for Human Rights of the Russian Federation Tatyana Moskalkova will sign an additional memorandum on the transfer of convicted Crimea citizens of Ukraine, who were sentenced by Ukrainian courts. This was announced by the authorized representative of the Verkhovna Rada on Human Rights Mikhailo Chaplyga, reports "UNN".

This additional document will update the items of existing international memorandum from 2013 or cold become a separate memorandum.

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According to him, the Russian side now agrees upon the mechanism for moving the convicted in Crimea with the Penitentiary Service of the Russian Federation and other institutions.

As reported, human rights activists say that after the occupation of Crimea in Russian prisons appeared more than a thousand of convicted Ukrainian citizens.

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