Ukrainian consul still can't get permission to meet with journalist Suschenko arrested in Russia
Дата: 07.10.2016 13:10
Russia has still not granted the Ukrainian consul access to Ukrainian journalist Roman Suschenko arrested in Russia, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said.
Director of Ukrainian Library in Moscow charged with ‘extremism’ and ‘embezzlement’
Дата: 06.10.2016 18:10
The Russian Prosecutor’s Office has issued a final indictment on the case against Natalia Sharina, Director of the Ukrainian Literature Library in Moscow. She is accused of extremism and embezzlement, Sharina’s lawyer, Ivan Pavlov, told Interfax.
Leader of Crimean Tatar Mejlis confirms plans to go to ECHR
Дата: 30.09.2016 16:40
The Russian Supreme Court's decision banning the work of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis will be contested in the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), Refat Chubarov, the chairman of the Mejlis and the Ukrainian parliamentarian from the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko faction, has said.
UK Ambassador to Ukraine concerned about Mejlis ban
Дата: 30.09.2016 15:20
British Ambassador to Ukraine Judith Gough has expressed concerns over a ruling by Russia's Supreme Court that upheld a ban on the Mejlis, the self-governing body of Crimean Tatars in Ukraine's occupied territory of Crimea.
Freedom House condemns Russia’s Supreme Court ruling against Crimean Tatar’s Mejlis
Дата: 30.09.2016 12:05
The Freedom House international human rights organization condemns the ruling by Russia’s Supreme Court upholding a ban against the activities of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people in Russia.
Court arrests all accounts of Odesa Port-Side Plant
Дата: 07.09.2016 14:35
The business court in Odesa region has arrested all accounts of pubic joint-stock company Odessa Port-Side Chemical Plant.
Russian court extends house arrest of Ukrainian library director
Дата: 26.08.2016 17:25
A court in Moscow has prolonged the house arrest of Natalya Sharina, the director of the Ukrainian Literature Library, who is facing charges of extremism and embezzlement. The court ruled on August 26 that Sharina's house arrest would be prolonged until October 28, Radio Liberty said.
Clashes outside Kyiv court: 12 police officers, 15 National Guard members poisoned by gas
Дата: 03.08.2016 15:07
A total of 12 police officers and 15 soldiers of National Guard suffered gas poisoning following the night of clashes outside Kyiv Obolon District Court where the case of special operations Tornado servicemen was heard, chief of Kyiv police Andriy Kryshchenko told TV channel 112.
Parliament dismisses two judges of Constitutional Court
Дата: 05.07.2016 13:50
The Verkhovna Rada has dismissed two judges of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine.
Ukrainian says 'tortured' in Russia as Moscow, Kyiv exchange more prisoners
Дата: 15.06.2016 13:25
Two Ukrainians have lambasted Russia after being freed from jail there and flown home in the second high-profile prisoner exchange in weeks, with one saying he was tortured and another predicting the two countries would be "enemies" as long as Vladimir Putin is in the Kremlin, Radio Liberty reports.
Ukrainian jailed in Crimea over Euromaidan 'murder' charge
Дата: 10.06.2016 13:55
A 23-year-old Ukrainian who says he was tortured has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for attempted murder by a court in Crimea annexed by Russia.
Ukraine's Foreign Ministry insists on releasing Sentsov and Kolchenko imprisoned by Russia
Дата: 03.06.2016 11:55
The Foreign Ministry of Ukraine is outraged by the decision of the Russian Supreme Court to deny sending an appeal by Ukrainian citizens Oleh Sentsov and Oleksandr Kolchenko to the court of appeals, and demands the Ukrainians be released.
Crimean Tatars suspected of terrorism plead not guilty
Дата: 02.06.2016 11:20
Four Crimean Tatars suspected of terrorism have pleaded not guilty at their trial in the Russian city of Rostov-on-Don.
Lawyer for two Ukrainians convicted in Chechnya to appeal, complain to ECHR
Дата: 27.05.2016 18:24
The defence lawyer for the Ukrainians Mykola Karpiuk and Stanislav Klykh, who were given 22.5- and 20-year prison sentences in a case over their involvement, as part of the Ukrainian National Assembly-Ukrainian People's Self-Defence (a Ukrainian nationalist organization banned in Russia), in hostilities against federal authorities during the first Chechen campaign, is planning to appeal the verdict, lawyer Ilya Novikov said.
Ukrainian foreign ministry condemns Russian court verdict against Karpiuk, Klykh
Дата: 27.05.2016 11:35
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has condemned a verdict issued by the Chechen Supreme Court against Ukrainians Mykola Karpiuk and Stanislav Klykh, by sentencing them to 22.5 and 20 years respectively at a high-security prison.