A Digest of News ✊ from Ukrainian Sources ⚔ 17June-2024.

In this week’s bulletin

⬤ arrival of F-16s; plus report on forced Russification in occupied territories.
Plus statement by Roma and pro-Roma groups.
⬤ Plus Ukraine’s debt burden; plus Finnish leftist interview on NATO.
⬤ Plus investigation of cases of rape as war crime.
⬤ Plus appeal “A people’s peace, not an imperial peace”.

News from the territories occupied by Russia

Russia calls defence of Ukraine “terrorism” and imposes long sentences for it (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, 14 June)

Crimean convicted of “discrediting Russian army” (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, 14 June)

Russia moves to change ethnic make-up of occupied areas of Ukraine (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, 12 June)

Crippling fine on Crimean Tatar newspaper (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, 11 June)

Fake Russian “court” sentences PoWs to 17 years (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, 11 June)

Report: Forced Russification Under Occupation (Human Rights Watch)

The situation at the front

Tilting the scales: what difference F-16s could make (The Insider, 15 June)

The Russian offensive: a slow crawl (Meduza, 12 June)

News from Ukraine – general

Joint communique from Ukrainian peace summit (Ukrainska Pravda, 16 June)

Statement on threats against journalists at texty.org.ua (Zmina, 13 June)

Statement by Roma and pro-Roma civil society groups about internal affairs minister (Zmina, 16 May)

War-related news from Russia

Former Ukrainian MP calls on Putin to occupy Odesa (Ukrainska Pravda, 16 June)

The long-term economic effects of Russia’s war on Ukraine (Meduza, 15 June)

The anti-anti-war movement (The Russian Reader, 15 June)

Support the fundraiser for the defence of Boris Goncharenko (Solidarity Zone, 12 June)

Serious allegations not addressed about the Russian Red Cross (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, 10 June)

Analysis and comment

Finnish leftist Henrik Jaakkola: “We could not provide any credible alternatives to NATO” (Commons.com.ua, 14 June)

How Russia’s economic lobby in the European Union works (Ukrainska Pravda, 13 June)

PeaceRep analysis: Can Ukraine pay its debts? by Barrie Hebb and Luke Cooper (PeaceRep, 10 June)

Ukrainian political economy: property regimes and identity cleavages, by Denys Gorbach (Commons.com.ua, 5 June)

Ukrainian writer Volodymyr Rafeyenko: the war has everything to do with culture (Kyiv Independent, 3 June)

Research of human rights abuses

Interview: “The rocket killed my father” (Tribunal for Putin, 16 June)

Interview: “Don’t scare my children, take the assault rifle away” (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, 16 June)

“Ukrainian women shared their accounts of rape by Russian forces. We found the assailants” (Kyiv Independent, 14 June)

FT finds Ukrainian children on Russian adoption sites (Financial Times, 12 June)

International solidarity

Fundraiser for FPV drones (Solidarity Collectives, 13 June)

Universities and Colleges Union congress debate on Ukraine (Ukraine Solidarity Campaign, 11 June)

Appeal for signatures: A People’s Peace, not an Imperial Peace (Emanzipation, 6 June)

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News From Ukraine 💣 Bulletin 102

A Digest of News ✊ from Ukrainian Sources ⚔ 17June-2024.

In this week’s bulletin

⬤ arrival of F-16s; plus report on forced Russification in occupied territories.
Plus statement by Roma and pro-Roma groups.
⬤ Plus Ukraine’s debt burden; plus Finnish leftist interview on NATO.
⬤ Plus investigation of cases of rape as war crime.
⬤ Plus appeal “A people’s peace, not an imperial peace”.

News from the territories occupied by Russia

Russia calls defence of Ukraine “terrorism” and imposes long sentences for it (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, 14 June)

Crimean convicted of “discrediting Russian army” (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, 14 June)

Russia moves to change ethnic make-up of occupied areas of Ukraine (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, 12 June)

Crippling fine on Crimean Tatar newspaper (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, 11 June)

Fake Russian “court” sentences PoWs to 17 years (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, 11 June)

Report: Forced Russification Under Occupation (Human Rights Watch)

The situation at the front

Tilting the scales: what difference F-16s could make (The Insider, 15 June)

The Russian offensive: a slow crawl (Meduza, 12 June)

News from Ukraine – general

Joint communique from Ukrainian peace summit (Ukrainska Pravda, 16 June)

Statement on threats against journalists at texty.org.ua (Zmina, 13 June)

Statement by Roma and pro-Roma civil society groups about internal affairs minister (Zmina, 16 May)

War-related news from Russia

Former Ukrainian MP calls on Putin to occupy Odesa (Ukrainska Pravda, 16 June)

The long-term economic effects of Russia’s war on Ukraine (Meduza, 15 June)

The anti-anti-war movement (The Russian Reader, 15 June)

Support the fundraiser for the defence of Boris Goncharenko (Solidarity Zone, 12 June)

Serious allegations not addressed about the Russian Red Cross (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, 10 June)

Analysis and comment

Finnish leftist Henrik Jaakkola: “We could not provide any credible alternatives to NATO” (Commons.com.ua, 14 June)

How Russia’s economic lobby in the European Union works (Ukrainska Pravda, 13 June)

PeaceRep analysis: Can Ukraine pay its debts? by Barrie Hebb and Luke Cooper (PeaceRep, 10 June)

Ukrainian political economy: property regimes and identity cleavages, by Denys Gorbach (Commons.com.ua, 5 June)

Ukrainian writer Volodymyr Rafeyenko: the war has everything to do with culture (Kyiv Independent, 3 June)

Research of human rights abuses

Interview: “The rocket killed my father” (Tribunal for Putin, 16 June)

Interview: “Don’t scare my children, take the assault rifle away” (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, 16 June)

“Ukrainian women shared their accounts of rape by Russian forces. We found the assailants” (Kyiv Independent, 14 June)

FT finds Ukrainian children on Russian adoption sites (Financial Times, 12 June)

International solidarity

Fundraiser for FPV drones (Solidarity Collectives, 13 June)

Universities and Colleges Union congress debate on Ukraine (Ukraine Solidarity Campaign, 11 June)

Appeal for signatures: A People’s Peace, not an Imperial Peace (Emanzipation, 6 June)

🔴This bulletin is put together by labour movement activists in solidarity with Ukrainian resistance. More information at Ukraine Information Group.

We are also on twitter. Our aim is to circulate information in English that to the best of our knowledge is reliable. If you have something you think we should include, please send it to 2U022ukrainesolidarity@gmail.com.

We are now on Facebook and Substack! Please subscribe and tell friends. Better still, people can email us at 2022ukrainesolidarity@gmail.com, and we’ll send them the bulletin direct every Monday. The full-scale Russian assault on Ukraine is going into its third year: we’ll keep information and analysis coming, for as long as it takes.

The bulletin is also stored on line here.

To receive the bulletin regularly, send your email to:
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