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The XIV Congress of the European Conference of Ukrainians took place in Berlin, with the participation of the USCC delegation

Participants of the Conference of the European Congress of Ukrainians. Source: USCC. On May 27-28, the XIV Conference of the European Congress of Ukrainians took place in Berlin, with a delegation from the Ukrainian Security and Cooperation Center. This year EKU congress was dedicated to the organization’s activities in the context of a full-scale invasion….


April 2023: Sloviansk – 15 civilians killed, including a two-year-old boy; Uman – 22 killed, 5 kids; Kostiantynivka – 6 killed; Dnipro – 2 killed, a mother and a three-year-old girl. These people’s lives were cut short by Russian artillery and missile strikes at a time when Russia was not only waging a full-scale war against Ukraine but also heading the world’s key security institution – the UN Security Council. 

Blow to Russia’s rear: how sanctions affect Russia and Ukraine’s prospects

For a long time, Russian propaganda has been spreading the thesis that sanctions do not affect its economy. This opinion is especially loud for Western countries. In this material, we analyse how the sanctions have affected the state of the Russian Federation for more than a year of full-scale war.

Kremlin provokes religious conflicts and suppress protests of Islamic followers

On 22 March, Ramadan began, a holy month for Muslims and the most important ceremonial period for believers in Islam. This year, Ramadan exacerbated the already strained relations between Muslims and Russians, and concentrated religious conflicts. By using followers of Islam as cannon fodder in the so-called “special military operation”, the Russian authorities are simultaneously suppressing the voice of Muslims in the country and deliberately provoking religious conflicts, “spicing” them up with persecution and arrests.

Each flag must be in its place

фото з акції у Празі 24 березня, на кріслі російський прапор з деокупованого міста Куп‘янськ

“There is a huge difference between perceiving and understanding the war when you see the consequences of the “russian world” through your smartphone and by your own eyes”.

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