Crimea Platform Challenging Russian Occupation

Crimea Platform Challenging Russian Occupation

😡Arrests of Crimean Tatar activists under falsified charges, mass detentions of protesters in the occupied Crimea – such was the Kremlin’s response to the inaugural summit of the Crimea Platform. The international event initiated by Kyiv gathered 46 foreign delegations, which reaffirmed that #CrimeaIsUkraine.☝️Despite all the Kremlin’s attempts to portray the summit as insignificant, its crackdown on the Crimean Tatars signals quite the opposite: Moscow perceives the Platform as a serious threat to its illegal occupation of Crimea. Watch our new video, where we break down how this initiative challenges the Russian occupation of Crimea, including: ✅ the aftermath of the inaugural summit;✅ how the Kremlin attempted to discredit the initiative;✅ the prospects and challenges the Crimea Platform faces.Ukraine Сrisis Media Center Euromaidan Press UkraineWorld InformNapalm Foreign Policy Council "Ukrainian Prism" EU vs Disinformation Fundacja INFO OPS Polska DFRLab Political Capital (HU) GlobalFocus Center Myth Detector Atlantic Forum Disinfo_Digest Bezpečnostní centrum Evropské hodnoty Instytut Nowej Europy ICDS-International Centre for Defence and Security Georgian Institute for Security Policy GISP Stratpol - Strategic Policy Institute Estonian Center of Eastern Partnership Wilson Center

Posted by Hybrid Warfare Analytical Group/UCMC on Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Arrests of Crimean Tatar activists under falsified charges, mass detentions of protesters in the occupied Crimea – such was the Kremlin’s response to the inaugural summit of the Crimea Platform. The international event initiated by Kyiv gathered 46 foreign delegations, which reaffirmed that #CrimeaIsUkraine.

Despite all the Kremlin’s attempts to portray the summit as insignificant, its crackdown on the Crimean Tatars signals quite the opposite: Moscow perceives the Platform as a serious threat to its illegal occupation of Crimea.

Watch our new video, where we break down how this initiative challenges the Russian occupation of Crimea, including:

  • the aftermath of the inaugural summit;
  • how the Kremlin attempted to discredit the initiative;
  • the prospects and challenges the Crimea Platform faces.