1. Human rights abuses against Crimean Tatars under Russian annexation. 2. Actual situation in the eastern part of Ukraine.
1. Human rights abuses against Crimean Tatars under Russian annexation.
Within a period of occupation Crimea, turned the native population of peninsula, the Crimean Tatars, have much to fear: from 2014 a total of 10 Crimean Tatars were reported missing.
Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Dzhemilev was first informed of a five-year ban to enter illegally annexed Crimea.
From the beginning of the annexation of Crimea, the peninsula left about 20 thousand Crimean Tatars.
As for November 2017, there are 1.7 million internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Ukraine. All these people were forced to leave their homes in Crimea and certain areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions following the Russian military aggression against Ukraine.
2. Actual situation in the eastern part of Ukraine.
The situation in the eastern part of Ukraine has remained restless. Russia-backed militants keep using Minsk-proscribed weapons.
Russia-backed militants shelled ATO troops’ positions using rocket and barrel artillery, various grenade launchers, anti-tank missile systems.
In mentioned time period militants were shelling Ukrainian troops’ positions in Maryinka, Shyrokyne, Avdiivka, Zaitseve, Maiorsk, Nevelske, Pisky, Opytne, Starohnativka, Shyrokyne, Talakivka, Kamianka and Triokhizbenka of Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
As a result, 2 servicemen were killed was killed, 13 were wounded.
For all shelling Ukrainian troops responded with fire from weapons allowed under Minsk agreements.
Just to highlight, During October 2017, 11 Ukrainian servicemen were killed and 49 wounded.