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IAR: Court tried for shipping bulletproof vests into Ukraine

10 August 2014

Radio News Agency published a telegram on the court trial of the Open Dialogue Foundation, charged with shipping bulletproof vests into Ukraine.

Vests and Helmets do not Kill

5 August 2014

Natalia Panchenko, coordinator of the campaign and Chair of Euromaidan Warsaw, together with Tomasz Czuwara, spokesman for the Open Dialogue Foundation, speaking on TVP Polonia, pointed out that neither a vest nor a helmet is capable of killing anybody – this is equipment for saving hu

“Rzeczpospolita” daily: Ukrainians smuggling bulletproof vests and helmets

4 August 2014

A commentator for the international department at the Polish “Rzeczpospolita” daily Ruslan Shoshin speaks in his interview for about assistance for the Ukrainian army fighting in the east of the country being delivered by Ukrainians residing in Poland

Polish media on closing the investigation against Oleg I.

31 July 2014

Citing a press release from the Polish Press Agency, the Polish information portals informed of the investigation into the case against Oleg I. having been closed; the Ukrainian citizen attempted to ship over 500 helmets from Poland into Ukraine without the respective permit.

PR 1: Polish regulations an obstacle for Ukraine-bound aid

30 July 2014

On the Polish regulations for shipping bulletproof vests, as well as humanitarian aid for Ukraine – as told in the “Sygnały Dnia” program on Polish radio Channel One by Krzysztof Bukowski.

TOK FM: Siemoniak: No reason to stop bulletproof vests at the border

29 July 2014

TOK FM, quoting an article published by Gazeta Wyborcza, describes the case of shipment of bulletproof vests and helmets from Poland to Ukraine.

TVN24: Tried to enter Ukraine with hundreds of helmets for locals. Threatened with 10 years in prison

28 July 2014

TVN 24 described the case of Oleg I, the Ukrainian who attempted to carry 551 helmets across the Polish-Ukrainian border, for which he is facing a sentence of up to 10 years. Protests in defence of a Ukrainian citizen

28 July 2014

Krzysztof Bukowski of the Open Dialogue Foundation tells the Internet portal of the protest organised next to the Zamość prosecutor’s office by Euromaidan Foundation Warsaw.

TOK FM: On the events in Ukraine, Hanna Zielińska talking to Sławomir Klimkiewicz and Tomasz Czuwara.

28 July 2014

How does one define the Ukrainian crisis? Can Russian aggression be called war? What is the actual the situation on the Ukrainian-Russian frontier? These and other questions were all directed towards Hanna Zielińska’s guests in the Przedpołudnie program of TOK FM radio – Tomasz Czuwara

Lyudmyla Kozlovska on Channel 24: “Volunteers are at risk of up to 10 years in prison”

25 July 2014

In the interview hosted by the journalist of Channel 24 Oltha Chytaylo, the President of the Open Dialogue Foundation L. Kozlovska spoke about the help of the Ukrainian army, problems with the release of prisoners of war and the need for further rehabilitation of those who regained their freedom.

Bartosz Kramek: You can’t block assistance when people are dying

24 July 2014

Polsat News broadcasted a program on the assistance for Ukraine provided by the Open Dialogue Foundation.

Lyudmyla Kozlovska in an interview for Hromadske TV about problems with providing assistance to ATO

24 July 2014

On 23 July 2014, the President of the Open Dialogue Foundation, Lyudmyla Kozlovska, gave an interview for the television Hromadske. She spoke about the Foundation’s activities in helping Ukraine, and in particular, the volunteers fighting against Russian aggression in the east of the country.

Rzeczpospolita website on the prosecutor’s investigation into shipment of bulletproof vests and helmets

23 July 2014

The website described the challenges faced by foundations and individuals who want to support those fighting in eastern Ukraine by sending them protective equipment such as bulletproof vests or helmets. on the shipment of protective equipment to Ukraine

23 July 2014

News portal reported a statement from the Ministry of Defence. Minister Siemoniak told TVN 24 that “there is no reason to stop bulletproof vests at the border.” The minister also admitted that these were non-lethal items, serving for protection and not for killing others. Illegal helmets and vests for the Ukrainians. Polish customs officers stopping smugglers with equipment for combatants in the east

23 July 2014

On its Internet website, the Gazeta Wyborcza daily publishes an article on bulletproof vests and helmets being dispatched from Poland to Ukraine – amongst others, by the Open Dialogue Foundation – and the problems encountered by those shipping the equipment.

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