Absolute necessity in Criminal Law

The Human Rights Ombudsman in the DPR explains the legal peculiarities of absolute necessity as an act that precludes criminal prosecution. According to Part 1 of Art. 38 of the Criminal Code of the DPR, causing harm to interests protected by criminal law in a state of absolute necessity is not a crime, that is, […]

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“Ukraine turns meeting of humanitarian subgroup into groundhog day”, – comment from Daria Morozova on outcomes of regular round of negotiations of work group on humanitarian issues

Today, the regular round of negotiations of the humanitarian group of the Contact group was held through videoconference. The agenda included issues connected with the work of check-points on the Contact line and the exchanges of persons detained because of the conflict in Donbas. In particular, the key topic of the procedural “cleansing” of 50 […]

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Humanitarian Subgroup starts negotiations

Humanitarian Subgroup of the Contact Group on the peaceful settlement of the conflict in Donbas starts the negotiations. The topical issues, which connected with the “procedural cleansing” of the participants of the previous exchanges between the DPR and the state of Ukraine, will be discussed. Another topic of the meeting will be the drafting of […]

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“Ukraine uses prohibited, terrorist methods of warfare”, – comment from Daria Morozova on fact of blowing up car with child in Gorlovka

The terrorist attack committed by Ukrainian militants in Gorlovka this morning is not only a cruel war crime, but also a blatant example of the disrespectful attitude of Ukraine to the fundamental principles and norms of international humanitarian law. The AFU blew up the car of a serviceman of the People’s Militsiya of the DPR […]

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The overview of the current social and humanitarian situation in the territory of the Donetsk People’s Republic as a result of hostilities between 06 and 12 February 2021

The main principle of real justice, as you know, lies in its inevitability. The trials of former Nazis, continuing even 70 years after the end of World War II, are the best proof of this. That is why we must carefully record every crime committed by Ukraine. We believe that one day justice will prevail […]

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Ombudsman submitted request to international organizations to protect rights and freedoms of children of AFU serviceman that changed sides to DPR

This week, the Human Rights Ombudsman in the DPR Daria Morozova received an appeal from the serviceman of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) that changed sides to the DPR. The man asked the assistance in the implementation and protection of his children’s rights and freedoms, who are permanently residing in the territory of Ukraine, […]

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Greeting from Daria Morozova on Day diplomatic employee

Dear representatives of the diplomatic corps! I would like to congratulate you with the professional holiday – Day diplomatic employee of the Donetsk People’s Republic! History teaches us and proves over and over again that diplomacy is an important and necessary component for the world community. Its significance is in advocacy of national interests of […]

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