Germany expressed great concern to the current state on the territory of Crimea.
The German government is concerned about the sentences handed down by the so-called court of the Crimea Deputy head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Ilmi Umerov and journalist Nicholas Seed.
This was stated by the representative of the government of Ulrike Demmer, the correspondent of UKRINFORM in Germany.
“The Federal government with great concern, took note of the judgements brought against the former Deputy Chairman of the dissolved Parliament of the Crimean Tatars, and also the journalist of” Radio free Europe “Nicholas Semeny” said Demmer.
According to her, the sentences “once again confirm the report of the UN high Commissioner for human rights on September 25th about a difficult situation with human rights in the illegally annexed by Russia of Crimea.”
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Moreover, she added that the verdicts authorized to make decisions in the annexed Crimea the Russian authorities.
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