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Stephen King Dec 14
On 12/12, Oleg Sentsov was awarded the Sakharov Prize for his uncompromising defense of human rights, marking his 145-day hunger strike for the release of all Ukrainian political prisoners in Russia. Together with , I call for his immediate release.
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Polina Dec 15
Thank you for your support of Oleg Sentsov
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Let My People Go_En Dec 12
Nataliya Kaplan, cousin of jailed Ukrainian filmmaker and Oleg Sentsov, received the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought awarded to him in Strasbourg. Her speech was followed by a minute-long ovation. Sentsov&70 others are still in Russian prisons.
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Roman 🇺🇦 Dec 14
As a Ukrainian, I thank you for your support!
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Marko Enqvist Dec 30
"I do not expect good news [in 2019].... But it does not mean that I am going to give in, be disappointed, or regret anything," wrote in a letter published on December 28.
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Guy Verhofstadt Dec 12
Shame on Putin! laureate, Ukrainian film director Oleg , cannot be here to receive his prize: he has been arbitrarily sentenced and imprisoned in Russia for more than four years. Today, we celebrate his courage and call to now!
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PEN Ukraine Dec 14
"..However, I hope that I can and will have time to do something in order to feel I deserved this prize," wrote Oleg Sentsov in his address to the members of the European Parliament on the occasion of being awarded the Sakharov Prize.
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Kevin (LLB) 🇺🇦🇮🇳 Dec 18
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Michael MacKay Dec 10
The winner of the 2018 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought is Oleg Sentsov. The European Parliament could not present its award to this year's laureate today – on International Human Rights Day – because he is a hostage of the Russian Federation.
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PEN America Dec 26
In 2015, Oleg Sentsov was sentenced to 20 years in prison. Many international governments—including that of the United States—believe that he has been convicted on groundless charges in retaliation for his anti-Kremlin views.
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European Film Awards Dec 15
"Last year I stood on this stage with a dream. A dream that Oleg Sentsov would be with me here tonight to celebrate his freedom" Mike Downey
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Euromaidan PR Dec 15
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Polina Dec 12
"People like Sentsov are needed alive,not dead. Even a symbol will not be able do as much as he would be able to do as a live human being"Tatiana Yankelevich, Sakharov's stepdaugther on 2018recipient of Oleg Sentsov Full version
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Russia in Canada Dec 13
Western officials used to call for . Now she's loosing sight forgotten in prison... in . Why? Because 'human rights' activists created new idol - convicted terrorist & arsonist (falsely depicted as filmmaker) Hipocrisy as policy instrument
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MFA of Ukraine 🇺🇦 Dec 12
With Oleg imprisoned in a Russian jail, his sister Nataliya Kaplan received the for Freedom of Thought in . highly appreciates all the support given to Sentsov and all other 🇺🇦 political prisoners of the .
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Katherine Palmer 15h
Respectfully, Moral leaders and nations honor laws. Freedom of Expression should not be a crime in . Oleg Sentsov 1,711 Days unjustly jailed, denied freedom of expression.
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Mari 12h
needs to be called out, denounced & investigated for his unbridled support of war-criminal 's attacks on . What's he doing to ??? Absolutely ZERO because he's a collaborator! @gemanydiplo
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Alex Filonov Jan 18
Oleg is serving 20 years in one of the worst prison camps in the world. This is a life sentence.
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Уляна Супрун Jan 17
Russia hasn’t sent documents to the ECHR on Sentsov's case. They were supposed to do so before January 16th. Instead, the Kremlin proposed to postpone the exchange of documents until the end of the case on the Russian occupation of Crimea.
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FreeSentsovKolchenko Jan 17
1712 days in prison. The called the sentencing a "miscarriage of in "
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