The human rights activist explained why Ukrainians threatened the representatives of the Crimea in the UN

© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Traveloperator in potamanthidae tract Atlesh in the Crimea, archival photoThe human rights activist explained why Ukrainians threatened the representatives of the Crimea in the UN© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Traveloperator the image Bank

Russian human rights activist Sergei Pinchuk said that the affected painful for Ukraine the topic at the 39th session of the UN human rights, in connection with which the Ukrainian delegation has resorted to death threats, not keeping their emotions.

Russian human rights activist Alexander Moloch spoke at the UN on Tuesday with a report in which he paid attention to Crimean sanctions by the US, EU and Ukraine, and its colleague Sergey Pinchuk urged the countries participating in the UN to exert serious pressure on Ukraine, where the infringement of the rights of Crimean Tatars. After speaking to Pinchuk on the sidelines were approached by one of the participants of the Ukrainian delegation and, threatening with a finger, promised to «get it».

«In my speech I tried to touch very painful for the Ukrainian side the subject of deep violations of the rights of Crimean Tatars, who live compactly on the territory of Ukraine. Thus, we knock out the stool from under the comfortable seats, which firmly seated the paid Western propagandists and our Ukrainian opponents who like to speculate on pseudoarcana the rights of Crimean Tatars in the Crimea», — Pinchuk told the radio station «Sputnik»in Crimea.

However, the human rights activist has described the threats by the Ukrainian delegation «emotional reaction».

«Apparently, they did not expect that in the atmosphere, which developed in the meeting hall of the Council for human rights for the Ukrainian delegation, who dares to break the routine, will not sing in tune and tell you about the endless pseudoternary experiencing Crimean Tatars in the Crimea, and, on the contrary, will try to blame the Ukrainian side in explicit compliance with human rights», — said Pinchuk.

Crimea became a Russian region after held there in March 2014 referendum in which 96.77% of voters of the Republic of Crimea and 95.6% of residents of Sevastopol voted for joining Russia. Crimean authorities held a referendum after a coup in Ukraine in February 2014. Ukraine still considers Crimea its but temporarily occupied territory. The Russian leadership has repeatedly stated that the inhabitants of Crimea democratically in full compliance with international law and the UN Charter voted for reunification with Russia. According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Crimea issue «is closed permanently.»