Ukrainian domestic policy – Update on 27/06/2023

The files we follow: Ukrainian domestic policy; Foreign policy of Belarus, Russian army in Belarus and Belarus-Ukraine relationship; United Transitional Cabinet of Free Belarus and the Belarusian diaspora; Domestic Policy of Belarus and political prisoners; Political situation in Crimea and the “Donbass republics”; Foreign policy of the Balkan countries and their relations with the EU.

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On June 27, the UN published a report delivered by the Head of the UN Human Rights Monitoring Mission in Ukraine, Matilda Bogner.

The report focuses on the arbitrary detention of civilians in the context of the war in Ukraine. It covers 15 months of investigation from February 2022 to May 2023. The UN shows that the findings of this report are “based on 1,136 interviews with victims, witnesses and others, 274 site visits and 70 visits of official places of detention run by Ukrainian authorities”. In this report, the UN announces that it has identified “more than 900 cases of arbitrary detention of civilians, including children and the elderly people”.

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