Ukraine to introduce plan on human rights in Crimea at UN Human Rights Council session

20:44, 28 February 2017

Ukraine is one of the main topics at today’s session of the United Nations Human Rights Council. This was reported by Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry.

The meeting of the UN agency started earlier in Geneva and will last for a month.

A lot of high officials are expected to attend the session, in particular over 60 (sixty) foreign ministers.

Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin will hold a speech at the meeting today. Also, Ukraine will launch in Geneva a parallel ministerial proposition on human rights in the occupied Crimea.