On the territory of the occupied Crimea the monitoring mission of the UN on human rights in Ukraine reported that in the period from September 13, 2017 to 30 June 2018 was recorded 62 cases of human rights violations. This is stated in the published report on the website of the Office of the UN high Commissioner for human rights.
The UN mission has documented 81 cases of human rights violations, which killed 167 people. 62 cases occurred in the reporting period from 13 September 2017 to 30 June 2018.
Members of the occupying “authorities” of the Russian Federation in the Crimea violated the rights to due process and a fair trial in relation to 94 persons: in certain cases, “the sentences were imposed as punishment for political dissent”.
In the reporting period, there were 19 arrests are unfounded, and 4 cases of kidnapping.
“In addition, 11 cases of enforced disappearances that occurred prior to the reporting period as at 30 June 2018 the victims are still missing,” reads the report.
The report also identified seven cases of torture against detainees.
The mission confirmed 13 cases of displacement in the Russian Federation in the Crimea detained Ukrainian citizens to participate in the court hearing or sentence. At the same time it is noted that the actual number of cases may be much higher, because of the occupation “government” did not publish data regarding such movements.
As reported yesterday in the occupied Crimea were regular Russian security forces raided the Crimean Tatars.