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27/04/2022 | 20:24:22 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Dear colleagues, first of all, I congratulate us on discussing this without russia's presence in the hall. We have discussed many other violations of fundamental human rights and freedoms by russia with the participation of a country that ignored all the relevant resolutions. Today that is finally no more. In early April, during the Presidential Committee's visit to Ukraine, a rhetorical question has come up: "I don't know if we could have... 27/01/2022 | 13:13:02 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Mr. Chair, Dear colleagues, First of all, I would like to welcome this Report and thank the Rapporteur Mr André GATTOLIN for its preparation. Unfortunately, enforced disappearances continue to be a serious threat to human rights not only on the territory of the Council of Europe member States but all around the globe. They constitute one of the serious crimes prohibited by international law. Ukraine ratified the International Convention for... 26/01/2022 | 19:00:54 Dear president, dear colleagues, I am sorry for my technical problems with the Kudo system. The imprisonment and detention of Russian opposition leader Mr Alexei Navalny was not just a singular assassination attempt, but another expression of disrespect for democratic values and human rights by Russia. I'm thankful to the rapporteur for presenting this essential document. This report focuses on several violations committed by the Russian authorities: Firstly, systematic violations of the... 25/01/2022 | 10:52:12 Madam President, Dear Colleagues, First of all, I want to thank the rapporteurs for their excellent reports and paying attention to such important issue. The prepared report focused on a critical issue: the rising anti-gender rhetoric in Europe. Moreover, the Anti-gender movement is also one of the key reasons the Istanbul Convention remains unratified in many countries. For example, in 2011, when the Convention first opened for signatures, there was nothing controversial about expanding... 24/01/2022 | 20:03:17 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Mr. President, Dear colleagues in Strasbourg and all around Europe, I thank Rapporteur Baroness Doreen E. MASSEY for her excellent report on child participation. I am deeply convinced that child participation is a matter not only of the efficient implementation by states of the international and regional human rights documents regarding the rights of children. It is also part of forming legal consciousness and culture concerning the coming...
19/08/2022 | Doc. 15594 | Motion for a resolution Propaganda and freedom of speech in Europe 01/07/2022 | Doc. 15520 | Written declaration Follow-up to the expulsion of the Russian Federation from the Council of Europe: staff issues 20/05/2022 | Doc. 15480 | Written declaration In support with pro-peace opposition in the Russian Federation 02/05/2022 | Doc. 15520 | Written declaration Follow-up to the expulsion of the Russian Federation from the Council of Europe: staff issues 17/03/2022 | Doc. 15480 | Written declaration In support with pro-peace opposition in the Russian Federation
22/06/2022 | Doc. 15547, vote on the draft text for resolution Humanitarian consequences and internal and external migration in connection with the aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine 22/06/2022 | Doc. 15548, vote on the draft text for resolution Protection and alternative care for unaccompanied and separated migrant and refugee children 22/06/2022 | Doc. 15525, vote on the draft text for resolution Justice and security for women in peace reconciliation 28/04/2022 | Doc. 15510, vote on the draft text for resolution The Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine: ensuring accountability for serious violations of international humanitarian law and other international crimes 28/04/2022 | Doc. 15510, vote on the draft text for recommendation The Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine: ensuring accountability for serious violations of international humanitarian law and other international crimes