Civil society developed an action plan for releasing the remaining Kremlin’s captives
monday 18 november 2019
Religious and public figures discussed their further joint efforts to release Ukrainian citizens taken prisoner of war or captive as a result of Russian aggression and to rehabilitate them to civilian life.
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.
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
In the captured prayer house in Makiivka, the occupation authorities opened a Civil Registry Office
Religious leaders urged to release the captured Ukrainians and other Kremlin’s prisoners
Terror in occupied territories of eastern Ukraine: IRF published the facts of religious persecutions
wednesday 24 october 2018
Institute for Religious Freedom has presented the Report “Religious freedom at gunpoint: Russian terror in the occupied territories of eastern Ukraine.”
Russian militants wreaked havoc in the Baptists’ house of prayer in Brianka of Luhansk region