Human rights activists call on OSCE to monitor religious persecution in Crimea and Donbas
thursday 19 september 2019
A special event held as part of the annual OSCE meeting in Warsaw was dedicated to the problems of religious freedom in the territories of Ukrainian Crimea and Donbas occupied by Russia.
Civil society takes joint efforts to release hostages from Russia and the occupied Crimea and Donbas
thursday 25 july 2019
Religious and public figures, human rights activists and relatives of hostages and political prisoners agreed to cooperate under the Religious Freedom Roundtable in Ukraine.
Russia is responsible for religious oppression in the occupied Crimea and Donbas
tuesday 14 may 2019
Practices of abduction, torture and extrajudicial executions of clerics and individual believers of most confessions, except the Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate, are widespread.
US will promote religious freedom in the occupied territories of Ukraine
Religious leaders urged to release the captured Ukrainians and other Kremlin’s prisoners
Christians urge Russia to return the house of prayer to believers in Bakhchisarai of the Crimea
Freedom of thought, conscience and religion in Ukraine — Human Rights Report 2015
OSCE Mission recorded significant restrictions of religious freedom in Crimea