We are pleased to announce the appointment of Tamila Tasheva to the post of the Deputy Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea
Ms. Tamila Tasheva is a co-founder and a Chairwoman of the board of NGO “CrimeaSOS. Since 2014 she has become an implementing partner of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine (UNHCR) in programs related to the protection of IDPs.
She is a human rights activist and one of Crimean Tatars young generation leaders. Ms. Tasheva is actively involved in IDPs issues, human rights situation in Crimea, advocacy activities and developing the Ukrainian legislation in social protection, including humanitarian law regarding the temporary occupied territories
Ms. Tamila Tasheva has a wide experience in civil society sector. Before the annexation of Crimea, Tamila Tasheva successfully implemented a series of cultural and educational projects and civic initiatives promoting the Crimean Tatar people culture and developing of civil society in Ukraine. Tamila Tasheva was a volunteer during Maidan.
Tamila Tasheva Ms. Tamila Tasheva is a co-founder and a Chairwoman of the board of NGO “CrimeaSOS”. Up-to-date she is the co-founder of the Ukrainian grassroots civil society initiative CrimeaSOS. From 2014 CrimeaSOS has become an implementing partner of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine (UNHCR) in programs related to the protection of IDPs.
We are grateful to Mrs. Tasheva for her agreement to contribute to the Mission’s activity as well as we are pleased to note the growing number of such experienced and initiative people, willing to fight for the returning of Crimea.
In November, the occupying authorities plan to hold the so-called “yearly international conference” themed “Crimea in the modern international context” with the participation of the representatives of the foreign states. The Russian Federation and the occupying administration of Crimea once again use such events for promotion the recognition of the annexation attempt of the Ukrainian Crimea among the international community.
We call on the foreign citizens to respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine within its internationally recognized borders and reiterate that violation of the Ukrainian law on the visits of the temporarily occupied territory incurs administrative and criminal liability.
At the Human Rights Forum themed “Overcoming conflicts: a new parliamentary agenda”, the Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea Anton Korynevych emphasized the need to harmonize the Criminal law with the rule of the International Law, stressed on the importance of the transitional justice in overcoming the armed conflict, including the ratifying the Rome Statue of the International Criminal Court. He called on the interlocutors and People’s Deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to support the Draft Law 0892 on international crimes “Human Rights Forum “Overcoming conflicts: a new parliamentary agenda””
On the visit of the Crimean collaborators to Turkey, the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea requests to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine to undertake necessary measures with the foreign partners towards avoiding the involvement of the collaborators into the international events and prevention the recognition of the attempted annexation of the AR of Crimea and Sevastopol City by the Russian Federation at the international level.
We are also confident that the law enforcement agencies of Ukraine will properly assess the actions of the collaborators under the existing or new criminal procedures.
The biggest challenge in Crimea is freedom of speech, opinion and self-identity. Every day living under pressure, we feel no longer to express what we think, feel. Residing in Crimea, we, indeed, for the entire world, agree with the silent occupation. We simply cannot utter what we think because the center “E” comes and knocks on the door for tomorrow, and nobody can be ready for this…”, one of the members of the all Ukrainian youth forum “The world through the youth’s eyes”, wrote in his questionnaire. The Forum has launched today in Irpin city, near Kyiv ““It is through youth we can return Crimea”, said Anton Korynevych”
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy outlined the main fields of work of the Legal Reform Commission. The Head of State stressed that Ukrainian society was tired of promises of reforms and was expecting real changes.
“Bills recently passed by the Verkhovna Rada restart very important global processes in our country. It is time for more consistent and substantive steps in the legislative sphere of Ukraine,” Volodymyr Zelenskyy emphasized, opening the meeting of the Legal Reform Commission held at the President’s Office.
According to the Head of State, the Commission should, inter alia, focus on continuing the constitutional reform of decentralization “Volodymyr Zelenskyy underscored the need for a strategy of de-occupation of the temporarily occupied territories of Crimea and the east of the country, their return under Ukraine’s control and reintegration of population”