The OSCE report on the situation of human rights in Crimea largely duplicates the position of the U.S. state Department, said on the first day of the week in Simferopol, the Secretary General of the Russian Association of international cooperation, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic Georgy Muradov.
The report of the OSCE mission on the analysis of the situation of human rights in Crimea was prepared in July 2015 and was distributed at the meeting in the Polish capital in September this year. The report prepared by the office for democratic institutions and human rights and the high Commissioner on national minorities. The Secretary-General of the Russian Association of international cooperation, Georgy Muradov, the Polish authorities have denied entry to the country to participate in the forum.
"I had the opportunity to compare this Report with another report, also prepared in the month of July the U.S. state Department. On each page I have marked