Regarding extraordinary measures on ensuring the State Sovereignty and Independence of Ukraine

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed decree No. 390/2018 dated 26 November, which enacts the decision of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) “Regarding Extraordinary Measures on Ensuring the State Sovereignty and Independence of Ukraine and the Introduction of Martial Law in Ukraine” “Regarding extraordinary measures on ensuring the State Sovereignty and Independence of Ukraine”




On introduction of martial law due to the escalation of Russian aggression

The National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine under the chairmanship of President Petro Poroshenko approved the decision to offer the President of Ukraine the introduction of martial law for a period of 60 days. It is a special legal regime in Ukraine in order to create conditions for repelling armed aggression and ensuring national security, eliminating threats to independence and territorial integrity of Ukraine “On introduction of martial law due to the escalation of Russian aggression”


Human Rights in Crimea: German’s outlook

On 25 November the Head of the Department of International Connections of the Mission Yevhen Samukha took part in the conference “Human Rights in Crimea: German’s outlook”, held in Kyiv. The organizers of the conference were the civic organization “Crimea SOS” and German non-governmental organization “Solidarität mit der Bürgerbewegung in Russland eV”, commissioned by the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany to implement the project on support of the public activity and human rights monitoring in the post-soviet countries “Human Rights in Crimea: German’s outlook”



President of Ukraine: The Crimean Peninsula will not become Russian due to the visits of the Russian president. Crimea is Ukraine

President Petro Poroshenko stresses that Russia’s leadership violates international law by visiting the illegally annexed Crimea. “Of course, we are considering the actions of the Russian president as a brutal violation of international law,” Petro Poroshenko said during the press conference with the President of Slovakia, answering the question about the arrival of Russian president Putin to Crimea “President of Ukraine: The Crimean Peninsula will not become Russian due to the visits of the Russian president. Crimea is Ukraine”