On 18 April 2019 the scientific and practical conference has been held on theme: “De-occupation and reintegration of information space of Crimea: international, legal and media instruments”. The conference was organized by the Institute of International Relations of the Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University with the support of the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine and involving Ukrainian scientists and experts “De-occupation and reintegration of the information space of Crimea”
Chatbot is a new online service of the State Migration Service of Ukraine to help you to do this. The service is available in the popular messengers such as Telegram and Viber.
You can receive any consultation regarding all biometric documents, issued by the State Migration Service of Ukraine in on- line mode, including ID card, external passport as well as residence permit for foreigners and stateless persons “To the attention of the citizens! To monitor the readiness of passport has become easy!”
On 16 April 2019 the First Deputy of the President of Ukraine Izet Hdanov met with the Permanent Delegation of Sweden to OSCE headed by the Ambassador Ulrika Funered. The meeting was held with the participation of the representatives of Milli Mejlis of Crimean Tatar People, Crimean activists and civic organization “The Tenth of April” “Meeting with the Permanent Delegation of Sweden to OSCE”
Оn 12 April 2019 a first meeting on entrance campaign 2019 was held in order to resolve issues regarding the entrance of secondary school leavers and persons from the temporarily occupied AR of Crimea and Sevastopol city to the higher and professional educational establishments of Kherson region.
The meeting was aimed at bringing to the citizens of the temporarily occupied Crimea the information about the possibilities of entrance to the educational establishments of Ukraine as well as the work of the educational centers “Crimea – Ukraine” to be continued in 2019 “Ukrainian education for Crimeans”
On 10 April 2019 the First Deputy of the Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in AR of Crimea Izet Hdanov met with the monitor officers of the OSCE Kherson team.
The unlawful activity of the occupying authorities in Crimea, temporarily occupied by Russia was discussed with the representatives of special monitoring mission including a large-scale persecution, increased repressive practice and harassment against the Ukrainian citizens, residing in the temporarily occupied territory “Working meeting with the OSCE monitor officers”
On 10 April 2019 the First Deputy of the Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea Izet Gdanov met with the delegation of the members of the Committee of Foreign Affairs of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic, headed by the Chairman of the Committee Lubomir Zaoralek and the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Czech in Ukraine Radek Matula “Meeting with the delegation of Czech Republic”
On 09 April 2019 the First Deputy of the Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine Izet Hdanov held a working meeting with the officers of the UNHCR representation in Ukraine and civic organization “The Tenth of April”, who have just returned from the check point “Kalanchak”, which they have visited together with the staff member of the Mission today “Meeting with the officers of the UNHCR representation in Ukraine and civic organization “The Tenth of April””
It is important to know!
From 7 April, the citizens of Ukraine can apply for a temporarily change of their voting address in the second round of elections of the President of Ukraine, held on 21 April 2019.
You can change your electoral address until 15 April inclusively, but not later than five days before the Election Day.
The procedure is the same: the voter should apply to the relevant regional State Voter Register administration body for a temporarily change of his (her) electoral address, indicating polling station or address he (she) wishes to vote..
According to the head of the Central Election Commission of Ukraine Tetyana Slipchuk in order to “improve and accelerate” this process, the relevant regional State Voter Register administration bodies are going to work during the weekends as well.
The occupying authorities in the peninsula regularly show their powers by spreading manipulating and fake information. This time it is about the visits of numerous “international delegations” to the temporarily occupied territory of AR of Crimea in violation of the sanction regime and the law of Ukraine.
The related news are fully disseminated by the Russian mass media, including English ones in order to spread propaganda about the alleged absence of international isolation of the peninsula and its attractiveness to the foreigners “Attention! The occupying authorities continue to spread the fake information on alleged absence of international isolation of the temporarily occupied Crimea”