Five years of Russia’s occupation of Crimea explained in one document

Today, March 18, 2019, marks five years since Russia’s Constitutional Court ruled on the validity of Crimea’s “reunification” with Russia, and Russia’s President Putin signed the corresponding treaty formalizing the occupation under Russian law. FIDH condemns the occupation and demands the end of the crackdown on human rights. Five years after the events, the FIDH infographics explains why the occupation of Crimea is a major setback for Crimeans.

Download the interactive version of the infographics: Five years since the occupation of Crimea.