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MEPs welcome Sakharov Prize winner Oleg Sentsov

2 December 2019

On 26 November 2019, the Open Dialogue Foundation (ODF) and the Center for Civil Liberties (CCL) hosted a European Parliament breakfast under the title “Ukrainian Hostages of the Kremlin: How to Release Them All?”. The event was organised upon the initiative of the MEPs Petras Auštrevičius (Renew Europe; Lithuania), Viola von Cramon-Taubadel (Greens/EFA, Germany) and Julie Ward (S&D; UK).

The coverage of Emmanuel Macron’s meeting with ODF President and Oleg Sentsov in the French and international media

2 October 2019

On 1 October, Oleg Sentsov, Lyudmyla Kozlovska, President of the Open Dialogue Foundation and Oleksandra Romantsova from the Centre for Civil Liberties (CCL) met President Emmanuel Macron at the seat of the Permanent Representation of France to the Council of Europe. The event itself has been broadly discussed by both French and international media.

Our first meeting with Oleg Sentsov

30 September 2019

Crimean film director, Maidan activist, Ukrainian patriot and one of the bravest prisoners of the Kremlin, Oleg Sentsov has recently regained his freedom. We – along with many others – had solicited for his release for the five years he spent in Russia under arrest and in prison.

Bundestag event and meetings in Berlin with Oleg Sentsov, CCL & FIDU

27 September 2019

Oleg Sentsov, former political prisoner gave his first speech abroad, in Berlin, after being released from Russian prison on September 7. To this purpose, on September 26, Frank Schwabe MP and Manuel Sarazzin MP welcomed Sentsov and our delegation to a parliamentary event at the Bundestag.

Oleg Sentsov greets and thanks the Poles

27 September 2019

On September 27, 2019, Oleg Sentsov thanked the Poles and those who from the very beginning defended not only him, but all Ukrainians imprisoned in Russia and its occupied territories.

Swedish publishing house published the story of Oleg Sentsov based on ODF reports

13 July 2018

The story of Oleg Sentsov, based on ODF’s earlier publications (2014-2015), was publishing in Swedish independent publishing house Ariel Förlag. This publishing house for two decades specialized in introducing contemporary literature from the Baltic republics, Poland, and Russia.

Save Oleg Sentsov: time is ticking

29 May 2018

I am writing this to ring the alarm about Oleg Sentsov, Ukrainian political prisoner who is now in deadly danger in a Russian prison, on a hunger strike. If no urgent measures are taken, he will die in his attempt to liberate his fellows in misery – other Ukrainian political prisoners.

Invitation to a debate “Ukrainian political prisoners in Russia and Crimea” and a movie screening of Oleg Sentsov, Ukrainian filmmaker and political prisoner in Russia

13 February 2017

On behalf of the Members of the EP Ms Julie Ward and Mrs Marju Lauristin, the Open Dialogue Foundation and the Mission of Ukraine to the EU, we would like to kindly invite you to an event dedicated to a problem of Ukrainian political prisoners in the RF and the illegally occupied Crimea.

The case of Oleg Sentsov

26 December 2014

Investigators refused to open a criminal case regarding the torture of the Ukrainian filmmaker and continue to contrive charges.

Sentsov was deemed to be a Russian citizen

16 December 2014

The Open Dialogue Foundation received a reply to the inquiry regarding the case of Sentsov, Kolchenko and Afanasiyev from the Office of the General Prosecutor of the Russian Federation.

Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation considered Sentsov to be a Ukrainian citizen

12 November 2014

Oleg Sentsov, Oleksiy Chirniy, Gennadiy Afanasiev and Oleksandr Kolchenko were listed as Ukrainian citizens in the reply from the office of the Russian Federation’s Prosecutor sent to the Ukrainian deputy O. Bryhynets.

Reply from the European External Action Service concerning the matter of Oleg Sentsov

8 October 2014

Vincent Degert, representing the European External Action Service answered questions from the Open Dialogue Foundation concerning, amongst others, the Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov, persecuted by Russia.

Martin Schulz responds to ODF’s letter on Sentsov

29 September 2014

Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, replied to the letter sent by the ODF concerning the case of Oleg Sentsov and other Crimean activists abducted and taken to Moscow by FSB officers and charged with terrorist activities.

Oleg Sentsov at hearing in Moscow on Monday 7 July pleads not guilty

8 July 2014

Oleg Sentsov, Ukrainian film director, screenwriter, producer and pro-Ukrainian activist and three of his colleagues were unlawfully kidnapped from the occupied territory of Crimea by the Russian FSB agents and transferred to Moscow on 23 May 2014.

The case of Oleg Sentsov: Russian FSB tortured pro-Ukrainian activists from the Crimea into confession

3 July 2014

Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation in the Crimea detained and arrested four citizens of Ukraine on suspicion of plotting terrorist attacks in the occupied peninsula. In order to obtain confessions, they used torture against the detainees.

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