Tamila Tasheva will receive personally citizens from the temporarily occupied Crimea

On Monday, 20 January 2020, the deputy Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea Tamila Tasheva will meet with the citizens, residing in the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea and IDPs by early afternoon at the address: Kherson City, 42 Ushakov Avn.
Personal reception of citizens is regulated by the article 22 of the Law of Ukraine “On appeals from citizens“.
Pre-registration and additional information are available by tel: 0552) 49-59-39 and hot line: 0800502192


Kherson working week started with Crimea

On 13 January 2020 the Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea Anton Korynevych and the deputy Permanent Representative Tamila Tasheva took part in the conference hall, held by the Kherson State Regional Administration to discuss important issues for the residents of the AR of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol and IDPs.

The interlocutors agreed to launch a broad information campaign on opportunities for studying of Crimean youth by simplified procedure in the mainland Ukraine as well as involving the children from Crimea in Ukrainian educational and cultural programmers “Kherson working week started with Crimea”


Working meeting of the Mission’s authorities and the leaders of the Crimean Tartar people

On 09 January 2020 a working meeting, initiated by the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea brought together the leaders of the Crimean Tartar People, members of Mejlis, Kurultai delegates and representatives of civic organizations.

At the meeting, the interlocutors discussed the results of the Mission’s activity in 2019 and emphasized the priorities for 2020 including strategic communication and collaboration with Mejlis of Crimean Tartar People “Working meeting of the Mission’s authorities and the leaders of the Crimean Tartar people”




Mission of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea condemns the railway connection between Russia and the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine, the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol by the Russian Federation, launched on 23 December 2019

Solely the Ukrainian side should decide entering and exit from the temporarily occupied Crimea. Crossing is allowed only through the checkpoints, established at the administrative border with the occupied peninsula.

The Mission condemns another uncoordinated visit of the President of the Russian Federation V. Putin to the territory of Ukraine, the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol temporarily occupied by the Russian Federation on 23 December 2019.

Such actions of the Russian Federation is another gross violation of the state sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine by the Russian side including   blatant disregard of the generally recognized of the principles and rules of the International Law.

Emphasize that any activity of the RF on Crimea will not change the internationally recognized status of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the City of Sevastopol as the integral parts of the territory of Ukraine, enshrined in the Constitution of Ukraine.



“Kalanchak” Service zone opened

On 19 December 2019 Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro – Atlantic Integration Dmytro Kuleba, Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR Crimea Anton Korynevych and the Chairman of Kherson State Regional Administration Yuriy Gusev opened a service zone at the checkpoint “Kalanchak”, located on the administrative boundary line between the Kherson region and temporarily occupied Crimea

The Vice Prime Minister stressed that the checkpoint including the service zone were temporal until the peninsula would be de-occupied and their functions would no longer be required ““Kalanchak” Service zone opened”


Illegal attempted annexation of Crimea by Russia remains an important international agenda

On 10 December 2019 in Brussels the 7th meeting brought together the higher officials of the European External Action Service, European Commission and Ukrainian delegation, headed by the Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea Anton Korynevych.

The European Union and Ukraine discussed the consequences of the illegal attempted annexation of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol. The agenda also included panel discussions on security, human rights situation in the peninsula, including restrictive measures. The interlocutors agreed to continue further cooperation at the international level “Illegal attempted annexation of Crimea by Russia remains an important international agenda”