Russian Foreign Ministry presents to Putin generalized facts of major human rights violations in Ukraine

A report on human rights violations in Ukraine, the so-called White Book, has been presented to Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin reported on its website.

A report on human rights violations in Ukraine, the so-called White Book, has been presented to Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin reported on its website.

The White Book contains numerous facts of human rights violations in Ukraine in the period between late November 2013 and late March 2014, the report says.

"The factual information stated in the report makes it possible to say that major violations of the fundamental principles and norms in the sphere of human rights have become massive in Ukraine," the Kremlin reported on its site.

"The main purpose of the White Book is to present to the public real facts and evidence of the events in Ukraine and thus promote the formation of unpoliticized and unbiased evaluations and determine and prosecute the people responsible for illegal actions," the report says.

The report uses information materials taken from the Russian, Ukrainian, and Western media, statements by the current Kyiv administration and their supporters, eyewitness accounts, and observations and interviews from the scenes of the events collected by Russian NGOs, the Kremlin said on its site.

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