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475 Ukrainians currently remain detained or were imprisoned in Russia

Source : 112 Ukraine

At least 77 citizens were unlawfully deprived of their liberty within Hizb ut-Takhrir cases
15:57, 10 December 2020

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475 Ukrainians are detained or were detained in the territory of the Russian Federation; the prosecutor’s office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol reported that on December 10.

Such violations were also committed against orphans and children who do not have parental protection. The prosecutor’s office also reports about the cases of illegal transfer by illegal adoption.

“The so-called Hizb ut-Takhrir cases are the prime example of how the state-occupant illegally uses the system of criminal justice for the prosecution of Crimeans on religious grounds. The courts controlled by Russia deliver verdicts on trumped-up charges, depriving the Crimeans of rights for fair court,” the message said.

Related: So-called Donetsk People’s Republic claims Ukraine’s reluctance to exchange detainees by end of 2020

According to the prosecutors, at least 77 citizens were unlawfully deprived of their liberty within Hizb ut-Takhrir cases.

Besides, the number of internally displaced people who fled the peninsula is growing rapidly. As of today, there are 47,120 officially registered IDPs.

As we reported, the abandoned real estate in Crimea may become state property of the Russian Federation after the object was registered by the State Committee for State Registration and Cadastre of the Republic of Crimea (Goskomregistr) within a year.

 

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