The Mission of the President f Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea supports the draft law “About the amendments to some legislative acts of Ukraine on implementation of the international criminal and humanitarian law” and calls on the People’s Deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to vote for draft law in the second reading

“The draft law2689 introduces the important changes to the Criminal Code of Ukraine by implementing so important international standards to it, including rules on grave international crimes: crime of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, crime of aggression. It’s very important that the draft law 2698 incorporates the proper catalogue of war crimes and finally the article on crimes against humanity. The draft law provides the General Prosecutor’s Office, the Prosecutor’s Office in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea with the proper instruments on persecution of physical persons, committed war crimes and crimes against humanity in the temporarily occupied territories of the AR of Crimea, city of Sevastopol, some districts of Donets and Luhansk  regions”, the Permanent Representative Anton Korynevych said commenting on the importance of adopting the draft law 2689.

“The Mission of the President f Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea supports the draft law “About the amendments to some legislative acts of Ukraine on implementation of the international criminal and humanitarian law” and calls on the People’s Deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to vote for draft law in the second reading”


It was very difficult for Crimeans during the first wave of quarantine, when all the entry/exit checkpoints with the occupied Crimea were closed. And in August exit from Crimea was possible only on “humanitarian grounds”. These are the cases of death of relatives, education, reunification with families, medical treatment and other urgencies

 “In spring a lot of people needed to leave for work to Lithuania, Croatia, Poland and other countries. Mostly it was sailors and international drivers. Those people had the official invitations from companies”, Alla Popova, the head of Department on communication with the citizens, replaced from the temporarily occupied territory  of the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, said

Details are available in the article of Crimea_SOS by the link:


UN General Assembly adopted by 64 votes a new Ukrainian Resolution “Situation with Human Rights in the Autonomous republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol (Ukraine) , which provisions have been significantly strengthened this year

 “Improved Resolution is very important and it is a good sign in support of sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine. It is a fifth GA Resolution which points out the systemic human rights violations in the temporarily occupied Crimean peninsula and draws attention of world’s community at the highest level. Significantly, a new improved resolution includes some new provisions. The resolution includes a term “civilian journalists” for the first time. The document contains as well as undermining economic activity by Russia which exhausts natural resources of the temporarily occupied Crimean Peninsula and negatively impacts the ecology. The Resolution recognizes the problem of blocking access of youth and children from Crimea to Ukrainian educational system, violation of religious rights of our citizens. 

UN General Assembly by its Resolution calls on the RF to provide unhindered and full access to Crimea for international monitoring mechanisms, particularly for UN Human Rights Monitoring Mission in Ukraine and SMM OSCE.

The Mission of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea welcomes the adoption of the Resolution, in which together with the partners of non-governmental human rights organizations, the proposals have been developed since the end of March 2020, the Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea Anton Korynevych said.

“UN General Assembly adopted by 64 votes a new Ukrainian Resolution “Situation with Human Rights in the Autonomous republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol (Ukraine) , which provisions have been significantly strengthened this year”


Citizens of Ukraine, residing in the temporarily occupied territory have access to hospitals in Kherson region by signing declaration with family doctor remotely and get consultations online every day.

It is not necessary to cross the administrative boundary line to visit a doctor in Kherson region for signing a declaration. All you have to do is to sign it online, just by calling a doctor.

At the moment, such service is available only in Kherson region, but the authorities are working to resolve the issue of access to on-line services, by the citizens residing in the temporarily occupied territories.

Hot line of Kherson Regional State Administration on medical issues: +38 099 3509728 (Viber, Telegram, WhatsApp). By this telephone number you can get consultation and contacts of family doctor.

In addition, if you enter the controlled territory, you are always welcome:

  • General Family Medicine Clinic “Henichesk Center of Primary Medical an Sanitary Assistance (the village of Chongar);
  • Preobrazhensk General Medical Clinic of Family Medicine Kalanchak Center of primary medicine and sanitary help” +38 05530 37291

Wear masks, keep distance and be healthy!

On behalf of the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea we thank Kherson Regional State Administration for the assistance, provided to our citizens from the temporarily occupied Crimean Peninsula and IDPs.