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Working language: English
27/01/2022 | 13:13:05 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Dear Mr. President, Esteemed colleagues, I thank the rapporteur for his work on such an important issue. Valery Vashchuk, Ivan Bondarets, Vasyl Chernysh, Timur Shaimardanov, Seyran Zinedinov, Islam Dzhepparov, Dzhevdet Islamov, Eskender Apselyamov, Fedir Kostenko, Mukhtar Arislanov, Arlen Terekhov, Ruslan Ganiev, Arsen Ibramov, Arsen Tabrav — those are names of my compatriots — pro-Ukrainian activists who had openly opposed the Russian... 27/01/2022 | 13:05:16 Thank you, Madam President. I want to start today's speech with the remark that we are not talking about the recent challenges in security in Europe. Those issues are not recent at all. For eight years in a row, there has been an active war in the centre of Europe: Russia has attacked Ukraine, occupied its territories, Crimea and some territories of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions. Russia has killed more than 14 000 Ukrainian citizens and continues to legally detain almost 500 people in... 26/01/2022 | 18:44:12 Dear Mr President, Esteemed colleagues, I would like to thank the rapporteur for the introduction to the report and the work that has been done. Today Russia pretends to be a modern villain, and by all means tries to match this character. The Kremlin has a long list of people killed for criticising the policies of Russia. Among them are politicians, journalists, and activists. Just a few examples: - The homicide of Anna Politkovskaya, who was writing about crimes in 2006. - The death of... 26/01/2022 | 16:54:06 Hi everybody, Dear President, distinguished colleagues, Today I want to remind you that the Council of Europe was founded in the wake of World War II to uphold human rights, democracy, and the rule of law in Europe. None of this is present in modern Russia. Moreover the Kremlin rudely violates human rights both of its own citizens as well as citizens of other countries, particularly Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars in temporarily occupied Crimea. Last year in June, PACE adopted the resolution... 30/09/2021 | 09:57:30 Dear President, esteemed colleagues, I would like to express my gratitude to the rapporteur for the truly challenging, yet undoubtedly necessary work he has conducted on this matter. Ukrainians helped more than 700 people to leave Afghanistan, and I thank our Ministry of Defence and every service member from Ukraine and other countries who took part in the evacuation operation. But this is not the end. Unfortunately the worst might be yet to come. The EU and PACE have to involve the Committee...
30/08/2022 | Doc. 15598 | Written declaration Status of prisoners of war under international humanitarian law must be respected 25/02/2022 | Doc. 15461 | Motion for a resolution Reconsideration of previously ratified credentials of the parliamentary delegation of the Russian Federation 09/02/2022 | Doc. 15380 | Written declaration The need to reduce Europe's dependence on Russian gas as a threat to the planet's environment and Europe's future 27/01/2022 | Doc. 15447 | Motion for a resolution Online education and special education needs of children with disabilities and learning difficulties 28/09/2021 | Doc. 15380 | Written declaration The need to reduce Europe's dependence on Russian gas as a threat to the planet's environment and Europe's future
21/06/2022 | Doc. 15541, vote on the draft text for resolution Recent challenges to security in Europe: what role for the Council of Europe? 21/06/2022 | Doc. 15541, vote on the draft text for recommendation Recent challenges to security in Europe: what role for the Council of Europe? 21/06/2022 | Doc. 15544, vote on the draft text for resolution The continuing need to restore human rights and the rule of law in the North Caucasus region 21/06/2022 | Doc. 15545, vote on the draft text for resolution Reported cases of political prisoners in the Russian Federation 20/06/2022 | Doc. 15535, vote on the draft text for resolution The role of political parties in fostering diversity and inclusion: a new Charter for a non-racist society