It’s been three years since Russia invaded and annexed Crimea. I will divide my remarks into three brief sections: first discussing the case of Ilmi Umerov, which has been an ongoing trial this year. Second, I want to explain the ramifications of Russian occupation in Crimea this year from a legal standpoint, and show you that the people of Crimea and eastern Ukraine really do still desire freedom. And I have some news from Donbas and Luhansk that is still developing.
The case of Ilmi Umerov is distressing. On May 12, 2014, Russian authorities arrested Ilmi Umerov, who was the vice-chairman …read more
Source: Victims of Communism