Ukrainian delegation in Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) will hold a number of activities to cover the events in the occupied Crimea. This was announced by the PACE vice-president and People's Front Party MP Georgy Lohvinsky who is now in Strasbourg (France) on air of ICTV channel.
“We are actually holding a large-scale event. Like the round tables on the rights of freedom on the occupied territories, and exhibitions of Rustem Skibin and Chumatsky Shliakh artists. Also we will hold a presentation of the book "Hybrid war". But the most important event is the "Crimean evening", where we convey the atmosphere of Crimea to the Parliamentary Assembly or we actually transfer the PACE to Crimea, and then people not only hear, but also can feel the situation in our country today. And how the Crimean Tatars feel in the status of hostages,” he said.
Representatives of Mejlis will be present during these events, according to him.
It is reported that Lohvinsky will be an active PACE president during the debates on Wednesday.
"I think it will be possible from the president's chair (of PACE) to call for what we need today," the deputy stressed.
The summer session of PACE was opened on Monday and will last till Friday.
As it was reported earlier Russia blocked part of contribution in PACE. Russian delegation in Assembly is stripped of its powers due to aggression against Ukraine since 2014.