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Human rights violation rate grows in annexed Crimea, - Ukraine's Foreign Ministry

Source : 112 Ukraine

The spread of Covid-19 did not prevent Russian occupant authorities in Crimea from holding another military draft for Russia's armed forces
18:03, 21 May 2020

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Ukraine's Foreign Ministry discusses situation with human rights violation in the annexed Crimea, which continues to deteriorate, taking into account the spreading coronavirus. This is mentioned in the message of the press office of Ukraine's Foreign Ministry.

"In spite of its healthcare protection commitments that it undertook as an occupant state (...), the Russian Federation uses sharpening of humanitarian situation as a smokescreen exclusively for further assault on rights and freedoms of Crimeans", reads the message.

The authority points out that the spread of the pandemic did not prevent Russian occupant authorities in Crimea from holding another military draft for Russia's armed forces. This, according to the Ukrainian side, is a war crime.

Related: Ukraine not to supply water to Crimea until de-occupation takes place, - official

Ukraine's Foreign Ministry claimed that Russia blocks due and free access for internartional missions in Crimea.

The Russian government has not yet commented on Ukraine's statement.

Related: Kyiv honors memory of victims of the genocide of Crimean Tatar people

Earlier, the "head" of the occupation authorities of the annexed Crimea, Sergey Aksenov, said that there were more people infected with COVID-19 than it had been detected officially, Krym.Realii reported. According to Aksenov, only those who have obvious symptoms of SARS, influenza, and pneumonia are tested for coronavirus.

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