Media: Russian delegation to OSCE disseminated booklets on 'violence' against Hungarians in Ukraine

At the OSCE conference that took place on September 11 in Warsaw, representatives from Russia allegedly distributed booklets that described the alleged violations of rights of national minorities in Ukraine, reports news outlet.

The brochures, named "Hungarian National Minority in Ukraine: The upsurge of nationalists’ violence,” were distributed by the Russian organization known as “Interregional Public Movement for Motherland and Human Rights". The booklet publishing information stated that the booklets were printed at Volkhonka Str, 8, Moscow, Russia.

The Hungarian representatives claimed to have no knowledge of the Russians’ activities. Apart from information materials about Hungarians, the Russian delegation also distributed a brochure about the violations of rights of the Roma minorities in Ukraine. Russian organizations went so far as to hold a round table regarding national minorities in Ukraine as part of the OSCE conference.

  Russia, Ukraine, OSCE, Hungary


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