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Ukraine | UNESCO to monitor cultural heritage sites in Russian-occupied Crimea

Wednesday, 10 October, UNESCO’s Executive Board adopted a decision to start direct monitoring of the state of cultural heritage and monuments of national importance in Ukraine and the Crimean Tatar people in the Russian-occupied Crimea.

This was announced by the Ambassador of Ukraine to France Oleh Shamshur.

“Officially announced the beginning of the first phase of direct monitoring of the organization’s situation in the occupied Crimea, the decision on the report of the General Director about the results of next October,” he wrote on Twitter.

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