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10.05.2018

Roskomnadzor banned the materials of the Crimean human rights group

Notifications regarding the ban were received at the email of the Crimean Human Rights Group (CHRG). Roskomnadzor’s letters state that if publications are not removed from the site, access to the CHRG website will be restricted in the territory of the Russian Federation.

The articles forbidden by Russian censors contain information about the unlawful summoning of Crimean citizens to the Russian army, which is a violation of international humanitarian law. We are talking about such publications:

The Russian Federation has no right to call the Crimean citizens to the service, – human rights activist

In violation of international humanitarian law, 30 conscripts from Sevastopol were sent to serve in the Russian Federation

Forced conscription into the Russian army becomes a new big problem for Crimea

Articles have already been taken in the register of banned information, which is available on the site of Roskomnadzor.

All three publications were banned by the decisions of the Yevpatoria City Court of March 21, 2018. The decision was made by “judge” Antonina Lantratova. The law suit was filed by the deputy military prosecutor of the military base 32015. The texts of the decisions of the “courts” are not available on the websites of the “Yevpatoria court” and Roskomnadzor.

Recall, according to the monitoring of the CHRG in early April in Crimea, access to at least 30 Ukrainian information resources was blocked in whole or in part.