At the suggestion of the Office of the President of Ukraine, human rights organisations have decided to create a human rights information headquarters that will publish data on human rights violations during the period of Russian aggression.
Source: Head of the Office of the President, Andrii Yermak
Quote: "The International Committee of the Red Cross did not agree to delegate any representatives to the mission which was supposed to go to the contact line and demand that Russia provide access to the places where Ukrainian prisoners were being detained.
At my suggestion, the participants in the meeting decided to create a human rights information headquarters, which will regularly publish important data for the world human rights community and the media on human rights violations during the period of Russian aggression."
Details: Yermak called on Ukrainian and international human rights organisations to join the work of the headquarters.
According to Yermak, the headquarters will work continuously and serve as a platform for information on matters relating to Ukrainian prisoners held by the invaders.
The Head of the President’s Office stated this at a meeting of Ukrainian and international human rights organisations convened to address the protection of the rights of Ukrainian military and civilian prisoners held by the Russian Federation.
The inhumane conditions in which Ukrainian prisoners-of-war and civilians are being held captive by the Russian Federation constitute the most acute human rights issue in Europe since the Second World War.