49
prisoners
201
years all the convicts have to serve
6
released!


Prisoners

Sentsoven
Chirniy
Kolchenkoen
Klykhen
Karpyuken
Vyhivskyi-en
Shuren
Afanasieven
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Kostenkoen
Litvinoven
asanoven
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Dehermendzhien
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Sayfullayev_e
Vaitov_e
primoven
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Ilchenko_e
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Bekirov_e
Aliev_e
Siruk_e
Memetov_e
Soloshenkoen
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Abiltarov_e
Savchenkoen
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Buy a T-shirt and show your solidarity with the unlawfully convicted Ukrainians. The money on the sale will be directed to the information campaign and support of their families.

Support the relatives of the prisoners. You can transfer even the smallest amount but, along with other donations, it will be a substantial financial support for one’s family.

Letters constitute a thread between the realm of freedom and the prison, which helps the inmates to keep in touch with the world and not to despond. This is the simplest but extraordinary important way of support.

Spread the word about the cases of Ukrainian prisoners to raise the general awareness of political persecution and increase public pressure on Russia.

About the campaign


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The campaign LetMyPeopleGo was launched by the Euromaidan SOS initiative to protect all the Ukrainian citizens imprisoned in Russia and occupied Crimea for political reasons. It aims at the release of all the persons on LetMyPeopleGo list and monitors compliance with the fundamental rights of Kremlin’s hostages, particularly, freedom from torture, free access to a lawyer, medical care etc. The campaign has been supported by a number of organizations in Ukraine and abroad. To date, LetMyPeopleGo is preoccupied with the fates of 45 prisoners.

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  • I was and will remain a citizen of Ukraine. I do not recognize the annexation of Crimea and the military seizure of Crimea by the Russian Federation. I am not a peasant to be transferred together with the land.

    Oleg Sentsov
    Oleg Sentsov
    Ukrainian filmmaker
  • I am aware of support, solidarity, and brotherly love my compatriots are offering me. I give my best regards to them and have no words to express my gratitude.

    Mykola Karpyuk
    Mykola Karpyuk
    Ukrainian politician and public figure
  • I was tortured for loving my homeland. Using me and other prisoners in the ‘Crimean terrorists’ trial, the Russian government tried to justify its invasion and occupation of Ukrainian territories, but instead exposed itself to ridicule by displaying to the whole world the lawlessness that plagues their country.

    Hennadii Afanasiev
    Hennadii Afanasiev
    Crimean photographer and activist
  • Thank you all those who have written to me or simply remembered kindly of me — this fills me with a lot of strength.

    Nadiya Savchenko
    Nadiya Savchenko
    Ukrainian military officer
  • I believe I am held hostage because of my political convictions. They are trying to intimidate the whole people by means of my arrest. They are trying to blame on me all the problems the Crimean ‘government’ and ‘prosecutor’s office’ are facing... All the judges are hostages, and justice is out of the question.

    Akhtem Chiygoz
    Akhtem Chiygoz
    deputy head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People
  • I don’t know what your convictions are worth if you aren’t ready to suffer or die for them.

    Oleg Sentsov
    Oleg Sentsov
    Ukrainian filmmaker