In framework of permanent cooperation with UN bodies our Association sent in 2023 submission to Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights for next report of Human Rights Council resolution 52/21 on the negative impact of the non-repatriation of funds of illicit origin to the countries of origin on the enjoyment of human rights, and the importance of improving international cooperation. ARC’s submission, prepared by Professor Borys Babin and published at UN web-sources now, reminded about the Crimean collaborators’ scam, committed after 2019 with internal loan bonds of AR Crimea issued for the development of peninsula in 2011 for more that 50 million dollars.

ARC’s submission stressed that the politicization and obviousness of Russia-committed war crimes, accompanied by statements and demands from both the leaders of the occupying “authorities” in the Crimea, and the Russian leadership, including fabrication fake financial claims to Ukraine on alleged “damage to Crimea”, illegal “nationalisation” announced, has all the signs of Russia’s state terrorism, as it was pointed in the PACE resolution on October 13, 2022.

ARC’s submission reminded to OHCHR also on role of unilateral sanctions against Russia, as the key effective tool to make influence on aggressor’s economic system and politic regime in modern conditions, limiting the Russia’s criminal acts against Ukrainian people, also as for blocking the funds of illicit origin that were generated illegally in occupied Crimea. Submission described the proposals about international financial aid regulation, elaborated in 2023 on the I and II sessions of Strategic Forum “Future of Crimea”.

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