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The overview of the current social and humanitarian situation, within the territory of the Donetsk People`s Republic as a result of hostilities between 8 and 14 September 2018

  On September 4, the Supreme Court of Ukraine declared illegal the government’s decision to freeze the payment of pensions to residents of the Donetsk People’s Republic and the Lugansk People’s Republic. The Grand Chamber upheld the decision of the court of the first instance, which ruled that the...

OSCE representative Tony Frisch visits penitentiaries of the Republic

photo_2018-09-12_10-20-03 Today, 11 September, the Coordinator of the Humanitarian Subgroup, OSCE representative Tony Frisch and staff of the DPR Ombudsman Office visited Torez Penal Colony and Snezhnoye Penal Colony of State Penitentiary Service of the DPR Ministry of Justice. The OSCE representative had private conversations with persons who are held...

OSCE representative Tony Frisch visits Ukrainian POWs

43 Today, September 10, the Coordinator of the Humanitarian Subgroup in Minsk, OSCE representative Tony Frisch together with DPR Ombudsman Daria Morozova visited Donetsk Preliminary Detention Centre of State Penitentiary Service of the DPR Ministry of Justice, where Ukrainian servicemen who committed crimes against Donbass residents are held. During the...

Daria Morozova and Tony Frisch hold working meeting

Today, 10 September, DPR Ombudsman Daria Morozova and the Coordinator of the Humanitarian Subgroup in Minsk, OSCE representative Tony Frisch held a meeting with relatives of persons detained in the territory of Ukraine, relatives of missing persons, and persons who returned to the territory of the Republic as a...

The overview of the current social and humanitarian situation, within the territory of the Donetsk People`s Republic as a result of hostilities between 25 and 31 August 2018

    The war spares no one, women or elderly, those who attacked civilians with guns or those who hid in basements days and nights, shuddering from shelling. But the war has its scariest part – little Donbass children whose lives ended at such a young age. Between 29...