Moscow Bureau for human rights believe that the Minsk agreement will get implemented Before the end of this year, when the term of their actions.
on Wednesday the Moscow Bureau for human rights will present its next report on the situation of human rights in Ukraine. The report presents data for the period from January to September 2015.
As emphasized by the Defenders during this period of time the conflict in Donbas has gone through several escalations and recessions, But close to its termination or "freezing" still did not work. As of mid-August the conflict in Donbas, according to expert analysis, " remained the most intense armed conflict in the European Union after a series of Balkan wars that accompanied the breakup of Yugoslavia ". In this case, a decline of hostilities has been observed since the end of August - beginning of September 2015.
"But there is no certainty that a new escalation, As has happened more than once, not gonna happen. Most importantly, because the Ukrainian authorities are not ready to seek a compromise solution. However, they are faced with a position even more radical circles, ready to provoke a conflict not only in the South-East of the country, But also in Kiev ", - is informed in the report.
The process of implementation of the Minsk agreements in practice shows the unwillingness of the Ukrainian authorities to compromise, for example, this is reflected in the position of Kiev on the issue of the adoption of the law on "special status" of some areas of Donbass, experts say.
"Before the end of the year when expires the Minsk agreements remains a little. It is clear that by this time consensus will not be possible to play - an overwhelming number of items remain unfulfilled, including and most important is the ceasefire, not to mention status issues, " I believe in the Moscow Bureau.
Human rights defenders in the report refer to the September report of the high Commissioner of the United Nations on human rights, according to which the conflict has claimed the lives of almost 8 thousand people, almost 18 thousand has been damaged health. As of 18 September this year, only within the self-proclaimed Donetsk people's Republic was not totally damaged or destroyed more than 10 thousand objects of infrastructure, the report said.
according to expert analysis, in 2015 was not a significant change in the perception of what is happening in Ukraine leading international players.
"The position of the West, despite all the nuances, remains a common anti-Russian and one-sidedly oriented on the support of the current Kiev authorities ", they say.
Israel took an intermediate position on the Ukrainian question, reserved in this respect, speakers and partners of the Russian Federation in the BRICS, most importantly, China and India, says the report. Experts however claim that to be a promising public reaction on the issue under consideration in the European Union - the Position of a number of deputies, politicians, human rights activists.
As highlighted in the report, the issue of protection of the rights of Donbass residents currently in practice is not the subject of serious discussion in international arena. In this situation, human rights activists believe necessary step in the restoration of full diplomatic dialogue. If the status does not currently have the ability to be the subject of substantive discussions, the focus should be on humanitarian issues, they believe. Also requires activation of this channel of communication, public diplomacy, human rights Defenders in addition it is recommended to intensify research projects, expertise in the field of human rights in Ukraine.