Russian, Ukrainian groups go digital to define conflict

EMBASSY, Wednesday, April 29, 2015—10   Russian and Ukrainian groups in Canada want to set the record straight—they just can’t agree what straight is. A tenuous ceasefire has curtailed some of the real fighting in Ukraine, for now. But the battle to define the conflict has continued between those who oppose and support the government in Kyiv. In Canada, organizations that promote the cultures of Russia and Ukraine have gone…

April 30, 2015
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Letter to TSO Regarding Valentina Lisitsa

Valentina Lisitsa is a famous pianist who also actively comments in respect to the Ukrainian conflict on her Twitter account. She was scheduled to perform at the Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto on April 8 and 9 but the Toronto Symphony Orchestra decided to silence her music and her political views. Members and friends of the RCC strongly disagree with this bias approach  and expressed  their resentment in an open letter addressed…

April 16, 2015
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War crimes of the armed forces and security forces of Ukraine: torture of the Donbass region residents

This report was written by a non-state organization “The Foundation for the Study of Democracy” (headed by M.Grigoriev) and the Russian Public Council for International Cooperation and Public Diplomacy (presided by S.Ordzhonikidze) with the assistance of V.Dzhabarov, S.Mamedov, I.Morozov, S.Markov and other members of the Committee for Public Support of the Residents of South-eastern Ukraine For the purposes of investigating specific cases of torture, inhuman or degradintreatment, experts of the Foundation…

December 30, 2014
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