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Crimeans are denied the issuance of passports: how to act

More recently, in the legal reception office of Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union on Crimean affairs, there are more appeals related to problems in obtaining Ukrainian passports by the Crimeans. People complain that in the departments of the State Migration Service (hereinafter the SMS) in various regions of Ukraine, the Crimeans are unreasonably refused to issue passports - both domestic and foreign. Human rights activists of the UHHRU provide advice for those who were denied registration of a passport.

The Ministry for Temporarily Occupied Territories presented a draft action plan for Crimea reintegration

On March 21, the Ministry for Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine with the participation of media representatives, the public and the expert community presented “The draft plan of measures aimed at implementing some of the principles of the state internal policy in respect of the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol". The announcement was published on the official web-site of the Ministry.

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How kid from occupied Crimea became Ukrainian citizen

Bilozerka district court considered the case of the Crimea citizen Daryna on the recognition of the fact of the birth of her child for four and a half months. The boy, who was born in September of last year in Simferopol, became a Ukrainian citizen after his mother had asserted the right in court.

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