Anton Korynevych says: “Our objective is de-occupation of Crimea and reintegration of the temporarily occupied territories”

He noted that the Kherson office of the Mission will continue its work protecting the Crimeans’ rights. In particular it will promote the resolving of issues on obtaining of documents, temporarily housing, entering the Ukrainian higher educational establishments. At the same time the other office, located in the capital, is necessary for free-flowing communication with the central executive authorities, international organizations and foreign embassies.

“We will provide our activity in two cities to ensure effective assistance to our citizens, residing in the temporarily occupied territory and at the same time to keep free-flowing communication with central executive authorities, in other words, always be at the center of events to put the Crimean issues on the national agenda”, Anton Korynevych explained in the cause of the briefing, held at the Presidential Office “Anton Korynevych says: “Our objective is de-occupation of Crimea and reintegration of the temporarily occupied territories””



Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea emphasized the priorities of the Mission

Today, on 13 November 2019, a briefing of the updated team of the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea took place in the Office of President of Ukraine.

During the briefing, the Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea Anton Korynevych emphasized the priorities of the Mission. “If we want to emphasize our strategy, I would stress on legislative work. It goes in line with our competences, determined by the Law of Ukraine on the Mission and relevant Presidential Decree. I mean, we will really try to become the institution, elaborating the drafts law necessary for Crimea and Crimeans. We have already had some developments and we will try to make them public. Clearly, we will work on the draft laws on human rights protection of the Crimeans, avoiding of so-called discriminatory provisions against Crimeans “Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea emphasized the priorities of the Mission”


Draft Concept of Transitional Justice will be made public in the near future, the First Deputy Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea said

Draft Conception for the national transitional justice as “road map” to overcome the consequences of the conflict and armed aggression will be made public in the near future, Darya Svyrydova, the First Deputy Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea said

During the briefing, held at the Presidential Office, she noted that strategic goals of the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea included among the others the development of the national concept for transitional justice as a way from overcoming the consequences of the armed conflict to transition to peace “Draft Concept of Transitional Justice will be made public in the near future, the First Deputy Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea said”


The Mission of the President of Ukraine in AR of Crimea initiates the creation of fund to support talented children from the peninsula

“The Mission of the President of Ukraine in AR of Crimea initiates the creation of fund to support the talented children, residing in the peninsula”, Tamila Tasheva, the Deputy Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea announced during the briefing.

“Collaboration with people, residing in the peninsula including those who replaced from Crimea is very important for us. We will promote the creation of fund to support talented children, including cultural and educational endeavors from Crimea”, the Deputy Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea noted “The Mission of the President of Ukraine in AR of Crimea initiates the creation of fund to support talented children from the peninsula”


Briefing on the plans of the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea to provide its activity

On Wednesday, 13 November at 12 a.m., the briefing will take place with the participation of the authority of the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea.

During the briefing, a plan and strategy of the activity of the Mission will be presented including draft laws, elaborated by the team and up-to-date information on the situation in the temporarily occupied Crimea.

The participants:

Anton Korynevych, the Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea:

Darya Svyrydova, the First Deputy the Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea;

Таміла Ташева – заступник постійного представника Президента України в АР Крим.

Tamila Tasheva, the Deputy Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea;

Venue: press center of the Office of the President of Ukraine, 11 Bankova Sreet.

Accreditation of mass media will be held before 10 a.m. 13 November

Entrance with passports and press cards.

For accreditation, it is necessary to send following via email apu@apu.gov.ua:

  1. First name, patronymic and sirname
  2. Name of the Media
  3. Post
  4. Contacts
  5. Copy of the press card

“Peninsula of Fear, surrounded by the wall of silence”, Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine discussed the repressions by the Russian Federation against the Ukrainian journalists in the temporarily occupied Crimea

On 6 November, in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine held parliamentary hearings on “Safety of journalists in Ukraine: problems and solutions”

At the parliamentary hearings, the human rights defenders and Crimean mass media raised an important issue on restriction of freedom of speech, elimination of independent journalism and harassment of journalists in the temporarily occupied Crimea by Russia ““Peninsula of Fear, surrounded by the wall of silence”, Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine discussed the repressions by the Russian Federation against the Ukrainian journalists in the temporarily occupied Crimea”


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We welcome Darya Svyrydova into the Mission!

Today, Darya Oleksndrivna has been appointed the First Deputy Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.

Darya Svyrydova is a famous human rights defender, top professional on Crimean issues. Since 2008, she was engaged in human rights education in Yalta (Autonomous Republic of Crimea) and all over the peninsula. In 2012, she began working as Coordinator of Educational programs for lawyers and advocates of the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union (UHHRU). The occupation of the Crimean peninsula made her leave for Kyiv where she continued her human rights activity.

We appreciate Darya’s decision to contribute to the  Mission’s activity as well as we glad to have more and more such experienced and enterprising people, ready to struggle for returning of Crimea and promote the human rights protection.