OSCE Parliamentary Assembly adopts resolution on fundamental freedoms in Crimea

Source : 112 Ukraine

The OSCE Parliamentary Assembly adopts the 2016 Tbilisi Declaration, addressing key issues in the fields of political affairs and security, economics, the environment, human rights, and humanitarian concerns
13:49, 5 July 2016

The OSCE PA adopted Tbilisi Declaration and approved a resolution, addressing issues on violations of fundamental freedoms in the Crimean peninsula among other 14 resolutions during its 25th Annual Session Assembly which is taking place 1-5 July 2016 at the ExpoGeorgia Exhibition Center in Tbilisi. 

The resolution calls upon taking exhaustive measures to address the existing breach by the Russian Federation of the basic norms and principles of international law and the OSCE principles and commitments. The resolution urges Russia to stop aggression against Ukraine on its territory and violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms in the Crimean peninsula.

See also: Ukraine's Foreign Minister: the decision about European sanction gives a clear signal: Ukraine is of crucial importance for the future of the EU

During its previous 24th Session the OSCE adopted a resolution recognizing the actions of the Russian Federation in the Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk regions as acts of military aggression against Ukraine.

The OSCE Parliamentary Assembly consists of parliamentarians from 57 countries of Europe, Central Asia and North America.

See also: Sanctions against Russia and the future of Donbas

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