Russia's Return to PACE: Open Letter to the Citizens of Europe

June 26, 2019
On June 25th the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) opened doors for Russia's return to PACE, despite Moscow's unwillingness to fulfil any of the PACE's earlier conditions.
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No conditions for return were fulfilled, Crimea is still annexed, war in the Eastern Ukraine is still going on with Russia's support to separatists, Ukrainian political and military prisoners are not released.

One of the possible consequences of Russia's return to PACE is that it creates a precedent to be used in the future. Same arguments can be used for lifting EU or US sanctions in the future.

In May this year we started collecting signatures under this open letter rejecting this deplorable act of weakening Europe's oldest human rights institution.



In most parts of the world, people suffering injury at the hands of their government have no possibility of obtaining redress except through the national court system. Since these courts are not necessarily independent from their government, there is generally no assurance that they will obtain satisfaction.

Thanks to the Council of Europe, we citizens of Europe enjoy the unique possibility of addressing ourselves to an international institution, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), if we fail to obtain an effective remedy in our own country. This constitutes an invaluable asset.

Recently, nationalist tendencies are threatening the continued enjoyment of these benefits. Values which the Council of Europe was established to promote and defend, such as the rule of law, the protection of human rights, the independence of courts, and the possibility to appeal to an international body against injury caused by governmental authorities, are increasingly being challenged.

Values which the Council of Europe was established to promote and defend, are increasingly being challenged.

Russia is without doubt at the forefront of these developments. As a condition for membership, it had to commit to several important measures. It has however failed to honour many of them.

Russia failed to honour many of conditions for its membership in the Council of Europe


  • in clear violation of Article 46 of the European Convention On Human Rights (ECHR), it adopted a law giving its constitutional court the right to decide which judgments of the European Court will apply on its territory. No other member of the Council has adopted a similar measure;
  • it did not ratify the 6th Protocol to the ECHR on the abolition of the death penalty;
  • it annexed Ukrainian Crimea. This has led to grave human rights deteriorations. Freedom of speech and association are all but eliminated. Crimean Tatars are under particular attack. Many civic and human rights activists face huge sentences of gravely flawed charges. All these violations have been condemned by the UN General Assembly, PACE, as well as by numerous reputable human rights organisations. Also, the International Court of Justice obliged Russia to stop and revert certain human-rights violations in occupied Crimea, without Russia complying;
  • it continues to occupy and/or provide military assistance to breakaway regions in eastern Ukraine and Georgia. OSCE monitors have confirmed the direct Russian military engagement in eastern Ukraine, in addition to the Russian BUK that shot down MH17. The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in the Hague confirms "existence of an international armed conflict in eastern Ukraine".

All these actions were either supported or expressly approved by the Russian Parliament even though they were contrary to the undertakings Russia had given at the time of joining.

In 2014, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) reacted by deciding to strip the Russian parliamentary delegation of its voting rights. As a conciliatory gesture, it allowed the Russian delegates to continue attending meetings in the hope that they would be willing to engage in constructive discussions. However, rather than pressing their government to put an end to these violations, the Russian delegates decided no longer to participate at all in PACE. It is worth noting that, when it examined the Crimea situation, the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe in 2014 limited itself to condemning the Russian aggression without taking any further action.

For the past two years, Russia has not paid its annual contribution of €33 million to the Council’s budget. It is now threatening to withdraw from the Council altogether unless the voting rights of its delegation are reinstated. It should be stressed however that membership of the Council is crucial for Russia's self-esteem, so a realisation of the threat looks doubtful.

Russia has not paid its annual contribution of €33 million to the Council of Europe’s budget

Meanwhile, Russia continues its aggressive tactics: it closed the jointly operated Kerch Strait in violation of its international obligations and created obstacles to vessels heading to Ukrainian ports in the see of Azov, including attacking Ukrainian ships and imprisoning and refusing to free the sailors of the ships which it illegally seized.

Recently Moscow started issuing Russian passports to Ukrainian citizens living in occupied Donbas through Russian officials in Donetsk and Lugansk without Ukraine’s authorisation. This is an illegal action that can lead to de-facto recognition of the region.

PACE has responded to Russia’s violations by adopting resolutions calling upon Russia to revert its aggressive actions against Ukraine, and prohibiting the lifting of sanctions before they are implemented. In particular, Resolution 2132 (2016) specifies that “only significant and measurable progress towards implementation of resolutions 1990, 2034, 2063 can lead to lifting sanctions on Russian delegation.”

PACE's Resolution 2132 (2016) specifies that “only significant and measurable progress towards implementation of resolutions 1990, 2034, 2063 can lead to lifting sanctions on Russian delegation.”

In view of such a background, it comes as a shock that Germany and France, two countries generally considered as among the staunchest defenders of democracy, human rights and the rule of law, have taken the initiative to pressure PACE into giving up its power to sanction national delegations that violate the Council’s core principles. They claim that this is necessary to allow Russia to give up its threat to withdraw and resume sending its delegates to PACE.

Pursuant to this initiative, on 17 May 2019 the Committee of ministers proposed a procedure that would require PACE to act jointly with them before adopting any sanction. In view of the Committee of Ministers’ past reluctance to sanction infringing countries such as Russia, it is evident that the need for joint action will lead to no action at all, or to action being taken too late.

At a time when the merits of democracy are increasingly being questioned, such a weakening of the Council’s power to sanction countries that gravely violate its fundamental principles gives an entirely wrong signal. It will only encourage other member countries to engage in similar violations in the future.

Weakening of the Council of Europe’s power to sanction countries that violate its principles gives an entirely wrong signal

Rather than giving in to Russian bullying, Germany and France should have proposed a suspension of Russia’s membership in the Council for failure to fulfil its obligations, as it had the right to under Articles and 9 of the Council Statute. This would have constituted a truly effective sanction. It would not have deprived Russian citizens of their right to appeal to the ECtHR since Russia would have remained a member of the Council [Article 58(3) ECHR].

Against this background, we urge and expect PACE to fully assert its independence, as it has done in the past. PACE must not abdicate the power to sanction delegations that violate the Council of Europe’s basic principles. European citizens will not understand any other decision.

We urge and expect PACE to fully assert its independence

Seventy years of constructing the Council of Europe as the crucial defender of human rights, democracy and rule of law on our continent cannot be sacrificed to allow the return of Russian parliamentarians to its Assembly under such circumstances.


Article drafted by:

  1. Willem Aldershoff, Former head of unit, European Commission, Analyst international affairs, Brussels
  2. Michel Waelbroeck, Emeritus professor in European Law Université libre, Bruxelles, Emeritus member of the Institute of International Law, Brussels.


  1. Toomas Hendrik Ilves, fourth president of Estonia (2006-2016)
  2. Markus Meckel, former minister of Foreign Affairs (GDR) and former Member of Bundestag 1990-2009
  3. Rebecca Harms, Member of the European Parliament
  4. Philippe de Lara, professor of political science, France
  5. Anders Aslund, Professor at the Atlantic Council
  6. Amanda Paul, Senior Policy Analyst, European Policy Centre
  7. James Sherr, Estonian Foreign Policy Institute/ICDS, Chatham House
  8. Peter Pomeranzev, senior fellow at LSE
  9. Edith Mueller, former Member of the European Parliament, The Greens
  10. Volodymyr Ariev, MP, Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Ukraine
  11. Yehor Bozhok, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ukraine
  12. Galina Ackerman, University of Caen
  13. Kamil Basaj, CEO, INFO OPS POLAND Foundation, Poland
  14. Tim Bohse, Political Scientist, German
  15. Sławomir Dębski, Director at The Polish Institute of International Affairs
  16. Danilo Elia, Journalist, Rai, National Public Broadcaster of Italy, Italy
  17. Dr. Anke Giesen, Board, Memorial Deutschland e.V., German
  18. Paul Goble, Former US Government Specialist on the Non-Russian Peoples of the Former Soviet Space, USA
  19. Gustav C. Gressel, Senior Policy Fellow, Wider Europe Programme, European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR)
  20. Ralf Fuecks, Centre for Liberal Modernity, Berlin
  21. Wojciech Jakóbik, editor in chief,, Polish
  22. Jacek Kucharczyk, Institute of Public Affairs, Poland
  23. Serhii Tereshko, diplomat, Mission of Ukraine to the EU, Ukraine
  24. John Lough, Chatham House
  25. Illia Miroshkin, National project coordinator, ICDS – International Centre for Defence and Security, Ukraine
  26. James Nixey, Chatham House, Head of Russia and Eurasia Programme
  27. Simon Papuashvili, Programme Director at International Partnership for Human Rights
  28. Halyna Coynash, Kharkiv Human Rights Group
  29. Danylo Lubkivskyi, former deputy foreign minister, Ukraine
  30. Adam Reichardt, New Eastern Europe
  31. Iwona Reichardt, New Eastern Europe
  32. Giedrius Sakalauskas, Res Publica, Lithuania
  33. Alya Shandra, Euromaidan Press
  34. Jakub Janda, Director, European Values Think-Tank, Czech Republic
  35. Kateryna Smagliy, Next Generation Leader, McCain Institute, USA
  36. Vladimir Socor, senior analyst at the Jamestown Foundation
  37. Alice Stollmeyer, Defending Democracy, Netherlands
  38. Sergiy Sydorenko, European Pravda
  39. Olga Tokariuk-Shelest, Head of foreign news desk, Hromadske TV, Ukraine
  40. Eric Tosatti, Diplomat, French
  41. Gvantsa Tsulukidze, Rule of Law Program Director, Georgian Democracy Initiative, Georgian
  42. Kataryna Wolczuk, University of Birmingham, Chatham House
  43. Volodymyr Yermolenko, UkraineWorld, Internews Ukraine


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  2. Rasa Aleksaite, Guide, Freelancer, Lithuanian
  3. Alona Aleksiichuk, Director, Mirmed, Ukrainian
  4. Lalym Alex, Businessman, Ukraine
  5. Helena Alexeeva, economist, house wife, Ukraine
  6. Roth Alice, Arts curator,
  7. Zakharenko Alla, PE,
  8. Serhii Alpieiev, Programmer, Ukraine
  9. Yefimovich Andrii, civil servant,
  10. Marta Andriiashyk, Finance Manager, Ukrainian
  11. Taras Andriivskyi, Ingenieuer, Privat, Germany
  12. Pogorelyy Andriy, IT, Ukraine
  13. Kuznetsova Ann, Musician, Ukraine
  14. Mamika Antadze, Attache, MFA, Georgian
  15. Artem Antsyferov, Engineer, Ukraine
  16. Tetyanna Armasar, Accounter, Ukrainian
  17. Kęsik Artur, Student, Polish
  18. Smith Athena, Leader, Private, Ukraine
  19. Natalia Babalyk, Senior Fellow, Lviv National Art Gallery, Ukrainian
  20. Andrii Babukh, doing bussines, Ukrainian
  21. Iryna Bagnyuk, manager, Ukrainian
  22. Rita Bahdonaite, Teacher, Lithuania
  23. Svitlana Bakardzhieva, Translator,
  24. Anna Balaban, Ingener, Ukrainian
  25. Valdas Balciunas, Director, Laua, Lithuania
  26. Ivanna Balda, counter, GALNAFTOGAZ, Ukrain
  27. Andrius Balsevičius, Surveyor, Lithuanian
  28. Oxana Banz, Ärztin, Ukraina
  29. Olha Batatina, accountant, UA
  30. Svitlana Batozhna, Teacher, School, Ukrainian
  31. Eugene Baturin, Citizen, Ukrainian
  32. Luka Bedoshvili, Student, University College Roosevelt, Georgian
  33. Marta Belkina, teacher,
  34. Inna Belova, Designer, vision, Owl House, Ukrainian
  35. Don Bendikas, Auditor, Lithuanian
  36. Werner Berchner, Engineer (Thermodynamics), Private, German
  37. Oksana Berezhna, EL teacher, freelance, Ukrainian
  38. Oleksandr Bevz, engineer, private, Ukraine
  39. Mariia Bialaia, psychotherapist, psychiatrist, NGO Psychological crysis service, Ukraine
  40. Antonina Bilinkevych, CS representative, Ukraine
  41. Oleksandr Bilyi, technical writer, Ukrainian
  42. Liliia Blazheieva, Military Linguist, Ukrainian
  43. Stanislav Bobrov, 3D artist, Ukraine
  44. Vladislav Bogushinskiy, individual entrepreneur,
  45. Nicolas Bokov, écrivain, Editions de la Caverne, apatrid réfugié ex-soviétique
  46. Yuliya Bondarenko, artist designer, work at home, Ukrainian
  47. Dmytro Bondarenko, Self-Employed, -, Ukraine
  48. Jos Boonstra, Researcher, Netherlands
  49. Bolodymyr Borovyk, pensioner, Ukraina
  50. Vasyl Boryshchuk, Deputy of the head of the division, National Bank of Ukraine, Ukrainian
  51. Bogdan Braga, director, ukrainian
  52. Meinardas Brazaitis, Audio engineer, Lithuania
  53. Olha Bryzhatiuk, eсonomist manager, Ukraine
  54. Igor Buinyi, Doctor, Ukraine
  55. Tina Burjaliani, Lawyer, Georgian
  56. Valeriia Byba, Expert, Institute of intellectual property, Ukrainian
  57. Olha Bykanova, Teacher, Ukraine
  58. Joanna Carle, Teacher, German
  59. Antoine Cassan, Civil servant, France
  60. Torvaldas Cesnulevicius, Manager, Lithuanian
  61. Yuriy Chaban, data scientist,
  62. Olexandra Chambers, Physisist, Retired, United Kingdom
  63. Peter Chambers, Marine engineer, Retired, United Kingdom
  64. Leonid Chashnikov, Software Engineer, Ukraine
  65. Evgeniy Chechel, Lawyer,
  66. Yuriy Chernetskiy, Professor, The “Ukraine” University, Ukrainian
  67. Liudmyla Chernyshevska, Freelance translator,
  68. Iryna Chernyshova, Housewife, -, Ukrainian
  69. Tilmann Chladek, Retired, –, German
  70. Svitlana Chorna, Lawyer, Private practice, Ukraine
  71. Maksym Chornyi, Summer Research Intern, Jane Street, New York, Ukraine
  72. Tetiana Chukhno, project manager, Ukraine
  73. Vitalii Chupryna, Sales manager, Ukraine
  74. Anton Chykolai, Self-employed, Ukrainian
  75. Natasha Cottle, Ukrainian
  76. Nadiia Danylenko, citizen, Ukraine
  77. Leonid Davydenko, Associate professor, Odesa National University of Law, Ukraine
  78. Ludmila Dehnich, nurse, Ukraine
  79. Estelle Delavennat, linguist, French
  80. Antonina Demenko, Retired, Non-working, Ukrainian
  81. Barladian Denys, Seaman, Ukraine
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  86. Iryna Dmytrychyn, Professor, Inalco, Française
  87. Petro Dmytryk, Lawyer, Ukraine
  88. Mykola Dolynskyi, Full stack web/desktop developer, Self employed, Ukrainian
  89. Evgen Doroshenko, CEO, Broadcast Media Centre NSCDU, Ukraine
  90. Oleksii Dorozhkin, architect, Ukraine
  91. Irina Dovgenko, Accountant, ukrainian
  92. Oleksiy Dovhanych, E.M, West Ukrainian Fashion Industry Cluster, Ukraine
  93. Oleh Drebot, Economist, Non government, Ukraine
  94. Pierre Druez, Cognitiviste,
  95. Sergiy Dubil, economist, Ukraine
  96. Oleksandr Dubrov, Engineer, Essity, Ukrainian
  97. Anna Duhliy, video editing engineer, tv chanel M1, Ukraine
  98. Irina Dunay, accountant, private enterprise, Ukraine
  99. Yuriy Dushko, Owner, Odessa e.K., Ukraine
  100. Oleksandr Dushko, Engineer, Ukrainian
  101. IEVGEN DUTCHAK, IT developer, Ukraine
  102. Olga Dziuba, manager, UKR
  103. V. Edvardas, Worker,
  104. Michail Efremov, Director,
  105. Irmantas Eidukaitis, Investigator,
  106. Natalia Elsukova, Housewife, Ukrainian
  107. Nino Eremashvili, PR Manager, Georgian Democracy Initiative, Georgia
  108. Maryna Fadieieva, pensioner, Ukranian
  109. Vlad Falk, Engineer,
  110. Alina Fediai-Zyrianska, Reasercher, Ukrainian
  111. Sergii Fedorov, Manager,
  112. Audrius Feigelovicius, CEo, Lithuanian
  113. Oleksii Fesenko, Business process automation, programmer, Ukraine
  114. Tetyana Feshchenko, director, “Svit dytynstva” publishing house, Ukrain
  115. Iryna Feshchenko, pharmacist, Ukrainian
  116. André Fesiak, Independent Researcher, France
  117. Yaroslav Filonenko, Attorney at law, Pekkaniska LLC, Ukraine
  118. Oleksandr Foyevtsov, Research Associate, Ukraine
  119. Pierre GAIRRET, retraité, France
  120. Martynas Galadauskas, Marketing director, Lithuanian
  121. Marina Galetskaya, Engineer, Ukrainian
  122. Rabush Galina, Historian,
  123. Vitalis Garalis, worker, Lithuanian
  124. Juozas Garla, Pensionist, Lituania
  125. Petro Garmish, Doctor, Ukrainian
  126. Daviti Garsevanishvili, IT Officer, Georgian
  127. Kogan Gennadii, Sales director, Netbox, Ukraine
  128. Alvydas Genys, Ekskavatorininkas,
  129. Kashperko George, IT professional, Ukraine
  130. Iasynskyi Georgiy, Finance, Business, phd, Ukraine
  131. Olga Gershanik, OpsEngineer, RevJet, Ukraine
  132. Viselgiene Gintare, Editor, Lithuania
  133. Yuriy Glazko, Bilder,
  134. Paul Glibauskas, self employed, Lithuania
  135. Nina Gogokhia, CEO, Georgian Psycho-Oncology Association, Georgian
  136. Vyacheslav Gorbanyov, Manager, Ukraine
  137. Galyna Gordina, lawyer, Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Ukraine
  138. Vlad Gorodetsky, DBA, Ukrainian
  139. Liudmyla Grakova, Accountant, Non organization, Ukrainian
  140. olga grayvoronska sharpe, translator / interpreter,
  141. Vitaliy Grinchenko, Manager,
  142. Andrii Gumeniuk, quality assurance data manager, Ukranian
  143. Iryna Gumeniuk, Ceo, Ukraine
  144. Viktor Guroma, Renewable energy, Ukraine
  145. Tetiana Gut, Teacher, Ukrainian
  146. Manfried Hammer, retired/ student, German
  147. Melody Hart, Naturopath, USA
  148. Pavlo Havrin, IT enginer, Ukraine
  149. Karas Hellen, director, Private Entrepreneur, Ukraine
  150. Boiko Hennadii, Engineer, Ukrainian
  151. Valentyna Herasymenko, Teacher, Citizen, Ukraine
  152. Bogdan Hev, Freelancer, Ukraine
  153. Thorgeir Holm, translator, Norwegian
  154. Larisa Homyakova, doctor,
  155. Svitlana Horbach, CEO, Ukrainian
  156. iryna horbenko, translator, ukrainian
  157. Yuliia Hordzey, musician, Ukraine
  158. Iryna Hornostay, Retired engineer, Ukraine
  159. Hanna Horobynska, Student,
  160. Viacheslav Horshkov, PHD student, Ukrainian
  161. Serhij Hrytsenko, Chief Accountant, Ukrainian
  162. Yurij Husnay, entrepreneur,
  163. Vladyslav Hyryk, Developer (game industry), Ukrainian
  164. Hamilton Ian, Developer, Humanity’s Federation, British
  165. Oleksii Iermakov, Storeroom Leader, P&G Ukraine, Ukrainian
  166. Iuliia Ierygina, lawyer, Ukraine
  167. Rozkladai Igor, media lawyer, Ukraine
  168. Oleksandr Ilchenko, Engineer, Ukraine
  169. Oksana Iliuk, Analyst, Internews-Ukraine, Ukrainian
  170. PARFENIUK INNA, Students, Other, Ukrainian
  171. Anna Intelehator, Teacher and manager, Closer to the Dream School of Foreign Languages, Ukraine
  172. Tamara Ishchenko, Manager, National paralimpic committee, Ukraine
  173. Vitalii Ishchuk, Engineer, Ukraine
  174. Korniichuk Iuliia, Docent,
  175. Andrii Ivaniuk, Engineer, Ukrainian
  176. Olexandr Ivanov, private entrepreneur, Ukraine
  177. Andrii Ivanytskyi, marketing director, Promarmatura, Ukraine
  178. VOLODYMYR IVASIUK, advocate, Ukrain
  179. Iryna Ivchenko, Translator, Person, Ukrainian
  180. Yurii Ivliev, Self-Employed, Ukrainian
  181. Volodymyr Ivshyn, Specialist, UKRAINE
  182. Taras Izmailov, CEO, Freelance, Ukraine
  183. Anastasia Japaridze, Student, Georgian
  184. Helen Jensen, Teacher, German
  185. Oksana Jevsieieva, Homeworker, Ukraine
  186. Giedrius Jocius, CEO, Lithuanian
  187. Dane Johnson, Librarian, Canada
  188. Vyshnyvetska Juliia, private entrepreneur, Ukraine
  189. Vytautas Juozapaitis, Engineer, Lithuanian
  190. Ignas Jurciukonis, School teacher, VGTU lyceum of engineering, Lithuanian
  191. Kostiantyn Kalachikov, self employed, Ukraine
  192. Tania Kalashnyk, Retired, Ukrainian
  193. Jakub Kalenský, Analyst,
  194. Sebastian KAMYSHENKO, Human, USA
  195. Olena Kanalrska, entrepreneur, Ukraine
  196. Ihor Kantur, Engineer, Kharkiv, Ukraine 🇺🇦
  197. Marine Kapanadze, Lawyer, Georgian
  198. Maria Kaplenko, Lawyer, Ukraine
  199. Nazariy Kapral, Automatisation, Ukraine
  200. Dmytro Karmazin, founder, Ukraine
  201. Oleg Karpiuk, IT-engineering, Ukraine
  202. Anton Kashcheyev, Researcher, Institute of Radio Astronomy, Ukraine
  203. Wasilios Katsioulis, Invaliditypensioner, European Parliament, German
  204. Walter Kaufmann, Department Head, Germany
  205. Vytautas Kazlauskas, director, Shield House Solutions ltd., Lithuania
  206. Svitlana Kemblowski, Branch Supervisor,
  207. Oleg Kharchev, Manager, Ukrainian
  208. Ivan Khodakivskyi, Engineer, Ukraine
  209. Anna Khokhlova, PhD student of Marine Ecology, University of the Balearic Islands, Ukrainian
  210. Ruslan Khorishchenko, Finance Manager, Ukraine
  211. Iryna Khrapun, leader of laboratory, Ukraine
  212. Maryna Khromova, Manager, Ukraine
  213. Vitalii Kiiko, Military, Ukraine
  214. Sofia Kikoshvili, Lawyer, Georgia
  215. Tetiana Kinshchak, Sales Manager, Medisana, Ukraine
  216. Viktor Kirilko, SysAdmin, Ukraine
  217. Olena Kirkicha, Linguist, Ukraine
  218. Olena Kirklen, Student, SDCE, Ukrainian
  219. Lino Klevesath, Political Scientist, German
  220. Liliia Klonova, lawyer, Ukrainе
  221. Marina Klymenko, IT, Ukraine
  222. Oleksii Klymov, IT specialist, Ukraine
  223. Iryna Knyzhnyk, entrepreneur, Ukraine
  224. Olena Kochenko, Teacher, Ukrainian
  225. Yurii Kolach, Graphic Designer, Ukraine
  226. Petr Kolar, Chairman, Občané pro (Citizens for), Czech
  227. Maryna Kolchanova, entrepreneur, entrepreneur, Ukraine
  228. Aleksandr Kolesnikov, Scientist, USA
  229. Olesia Kolesnyk, Не працюю, Ukraine
  230. Iryna Koliubinska, Lawyer, UKRAINIAN
  231. Peter Koller, Self Employed, German
  232. Hanna Kolodnic, Consultant, Ukraine
  233. Hanna Kolodnic, Consultant, Ukraine
  234. Yaroslava Kolomiets, manager,
  235. Bogdan Komarenko, Engineer, Bank, Ukraine
  236. Halyna Konovalenko, Editor, Ukrainian
  237. Denys Kopievsky, Internal support, GEZE, Kopievsky
  238. Olena Kornilova, Student, Ukraine
  239. Evgen Korol, motion designer, Ukraine
  240. Olha Korotkova, Bookkeeper, Ukrainian
  241. Oksana Korsun, Psychology, Ukraina
  242. Mykola Korsun, private business, Ukraine
  243. Viktoria Korsun, Psychologist, Ukraine
  244. Hanna Kosenko, Scientist, Ukranian
  245. Viktoriya Koshelenko, HR, Ukraine
  246. Ivanauskas Kostas, Director, Saugus žmogus, Lithuanian
  247. Iryna Kostenko, Manager,
  248. LILIYA KOSTYUKEVICH, retiree, Ukrainian
  249. Anna Kovalchuk, Architect ,
  250. Oleg Kovpak, software developer, Ukrainian
  251. Oleksandr Kovyzhenko, radio engineer, Ukrainian
  252. Serhiy Kozak, Yes, Ukraine
  253. Oksana Kozlova, self-employment, ukrainian
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  255. Nataliia Kozyr, Finance,
  256. Michèle Krakowski, Retraitée, Française
  257. Mariana Krasna, business woman, Ukrainian
  258. Igor Krasnov, marketer, Self-employed, Ukrainian
  259. NataliiA Krasota, Cheesemaker, Ukraine
  260. Vytautas Kratulis, CEO, Lithuanian
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  263. Majya Kravchenko, Manager, Ukraine
  264. Olena Kravchenko, retiree, Ukraine
  265. tanja kravchenko, accountant, ukraine
  266. Svitlana Kravchuk, Teacher, Ukrainian
  267. Volodymyr Kravchuk, Pensioner, Ukrainian
  268. Mykhailo KRAVCHUK, Welder, Ukraine
  269. Lyudmila Kremena, Medical doctor, Ukraine
  270. Tomáš Kriššák, Project manager, OSF, Slovak
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  272. Nataliya Kruhlikova, Coach, Ukraine
  273. Saulius Krušna, Designer, Lithuanian
  274. Sergii Kryvytskyi, Sale assistant, Ukraine
  275. Suprun Kseniya, дизайнер, citizen of Ukraine
  276. Kateryna Kuchmarenko, Architect, Ukraine
  277. Edgaras Kučinskas, Autošaltkalvis, Lietuva
  278. Vladyslav Kudryk, Journalist,
  279. Roman Kuibida, lawyer, Ukraine
  280. Kateryna Kulchytska, Analyst, NGO “Europe without barriers,” Ukraine
  281. Dušan Kulka, Partner, Berman Group s.r.o., Czech Republic
  282. Stefan Kunterding, Teacher politics/Germany high school, Deutsch
  283. Anna Kurach, Citizen, Ukraine
  284. Oleksandr Kurman, engineer,
  285. Daria Kusakina, QA engineer, Soft serve inc, Ukraine
  286. Yaroslav Kut, IT-manager, Private, Ukraine
  287. Mykola Kutsij, Manager, Ukraine
  288. Olena Kuzmenko, Accountant, Ukrainian
  289. Ihor Kuzmenko, docent, Kyiv polytechnical institute, Ukraine
  290. Irisha Kvitochka, Pensioner,
  291. Iryna Kylymnyk, Manager, Insurance compani, Ukraine
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  293. Myroslava Lapii, physician, Ukraine
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  295. Phedyna Larisa, Doctor, Ukrainian
  296. Yurchuk Larysa, Doctor, Medical, Ukrainian
  297. Yuliya Lasarenko, Translator, Self-employed, Ukraine
  298. Andrii Lavreniuk, Correspondent in France, Ukrinform, Ukraine
  299. Tetiana Leheida, Content Marketer, MacPaw, Ukrainian
  300. Yaroslav LEK, Programmer, private entrepreneur, Ukraine
  301. Oleksandr Lemeshko, professor, Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics, Ukraine
  302. Vitaliy Leonov, CFO, Ukraine
  303. Olena Levenko, Economist, Ukrainian
  304. Hrechukh Lidiia, Ecologist,
  305. Khatskevich Lidija, Programmer, Ukraine
  306. Jesper Lindholt, CEO, Livatek, Danish
  307. Irina Lipnitska, Mother & Grandmother, Ukraine
  308. Oleksandr Lipnytskyy, Senior Consultant, Ukrainian Association of Logistics Experts, Ukraine
  309. irina lipukhina, manager,
  310. Anastasia Lisova, student, Taras Shevtchenko National University, Ukrainian
  311. Kateryna Lisova, -, Ukraine
  312. Iryna Lisyana, German teacher, Ukraine
  313. Juri Litvin, Softwaredeveloper, german/ukraine
  314. Taras LITVINCHUK, Driver, CEAR, Ukrainian
  315. Stanislav Litvyn, Guitar builder, Ukraine
  316. Iaroslav Liubchenko, Legal Specialist, USAID Health Reform Support, Ukrainian
  317. Gula Liubov, appraiser,
  318. Dubinska liudmyla, psychologist, pensioner, Ukraina
  319. Inga LORRE, Professeur, Franche
  320. Volodymyr Lsovyi, Teacher, Technical College, Ukrainian
  321. Patrick Lucas, attorney, USA
  322. Martyanova Ludmila, Deseñiadora de macinas agricultores, Харьковский машиностроительний техникум, Ucrania
  323. Raimundas Lumbis, Selfemployd, Lithuanian
  324. Anastasiia Lunova, Pharmacist, Ukrainian
  325. Volodymyr Lushchiy, Marketing Manager,
  326. Volodymyr Lutcenko, entrepreneur, Ukreine
  327. Ihor Lysyi, Executive director, Lviv Public Organization “Ukrainian Scientists Association “E.E.S.”, Ukraine
  328. Irina Lyubchenko, weigher, SOE “mine “Komsomolets of Donbas,” Ukraine
  329. Larisa Lyubonko, IT, Ukraine
  330. Mykhailova Lyudmils, Architecture, Ukraine
  331. Anna Lyukas, housewife, Ukraine
  332. Volodymyr Madiianskiy, It manager, Self employed, Ukrainian
  333. Yevhen Mahda, analyst, IWP, Ukraine
  334. GIgineishvili Maia, Lawyer, IDSD, Georgia
  335. Michal Majzner, Project engineer, Společně to dáme, Czech republice
  336. Nataliia Makarenko, Project manager, SIA ltd, Ukraine
  337. Serhii Makarenko, Rentner, Ukraine
  338. Kateryna Makeieva, English language tutor, Ukrainian
  339. Nataliia Malinina, Accountant, Fineline Global Ukraine, Ukrainian
  340. Jean-Gilles Malliarakis, éditeur, française
  341. Anya Mamenko, Linguist, Ukraine
  342. Maya Mamenko, Tourist guide, Ukraine
  343. Semianiv Mariana, Hotel and restaurant manager, Ukraine
  344. Pavlenko Mariya, teacher, Ukrainian
  345. Artem Markov, Consultant, PE, Ukraine
  346. Vadym Markov, Scientist, Ukraine
  347. Olena Martynenko, self-employed, Ukraine
  348. Sparynska Masha, Student, Belgian
  349. Iryna Mashlai, Web designer,
  350. Marina Matevosian, programmer, Ukraine
  351. Daria Matova, HR Business Partner, Ukrainian
  352. Yevhen Matsykov, pensioner, Ukrainian
  353. Raimondas Matulionis, MD, EU
  354. Max Matveyev, Software developer, Kromtech, Ukrainian
  355. Helmut Mauch, Associate, German
  356. Olga Melnyk, pensioner, pensioner, Ukrainian
  357. Olena Melnyk, HR manager,
  358. Viktoriia Merlych, Student, Search Results Knowledge result Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University, Ukrainian
  359. shorena Mezurnishvili, Lawyer, Georgian
  360. Kęstutis Milius, Builder, Irish
  361. Rasa Miliūtė, Nurse/Manager, Lithuanian
  362. Darius Miniotas, Filmmaker, Lithuanian
  363. Olexandr Minkov, Engineer, Ukrainian
  364. rcheulishvili mirian, Freelancer, Georgia
  365. Svitlana Mirianova, Brand manager, Ukraine
  366. Oleksii Mishchenko, Photographer, Ukrainian
  367. Johanna Moehring, Senior Fellow, The Institute for Statecraft,
  368. Alex Moisiienko, Student, Bohdan Khmelnytsky National University of Cherkasy, Ukraine
  369. Marina Morgun, housewife, Ukrainian
  370. Vilius Morkūnas, Salesmen, JSC Guolmeta, Lithuanian
  371. Andrii Moroz, Web Developer, Ukrainian
  372. Ludmila Moroziuk, Business, Ukrainian
  373. Aleksandr Motev, musician, Ukraine
  374. Gytis Motiejunas, technical designer, Lithuanian
  375. Vasyl Moysiyenko, First vice-rector, Bohdan Khmelnytsky National University of Cherkasy, Ukraine
  376. Giorgi Mshvenieradze, Lawyer, Gerogian
  377. Nino Mumladze, Software Engineer, Sir, Greek
  378. Viktor Muravskyi, Quant, Ukrainian
  379. Switlana Mygowycz, Manager, Ukraina
  380. DMYTRO MYKHAILOV, N/A, N/A, Ukrainian
  381. Orest Mykhalchyshyn, Project manager, ABMK, Ukraine
  382. Oleksandr Mykhaylov, Civil engineer, Ukraine
  383. Kostiantin Myronenko, entrepreneur, ukrainian
  384. Iryna Myshchenko, Teacher, Ukraine
  385. Yutiy Mysiv, student, Ukraine
  386. Inna Nabokova, UI/UX Designer, Ukraine
  387. Shkrobot Nadiia, Doctor, Tyvriv central hospital, Ukrainian
  388. Revaz Nadiradze, ჟურნალისტი, Herr,
  389. Fedorova Natalia, self employed, Офисній центр Ірва., Ukrainian
  390. Zaitseva Natalia, Pensioner, Ukrain
  391. Bondarets Nataliia, banking specialist, Ukraine
  392. Alieksandrova Nataliya, accountant,
  393. Tkachuk Nataliya, Teacher, Ukrainisch
  394. Polina Navrotska, manager, Ukraine
  395. Dmytro Nazarchuk, Manager, Ukraine
  396. Mykhailo Nazarenko, associate professor, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine
  397. Victoria Nazarenko, Editor, Ukraine
  398. Vitaliy Nedyalkov, manager, Ukraina
  399. Tamara Neimet, Translator,
  400. Orischechko NEJFELD TATJANA, Bibliotekarin, Ukrainisch
  401. Olena Nemyrovska, Lawyer, Ukrainian
  402. Yurii Nikitchenko, Dentist, Ukrainian
  403. Irina Nikolaenko, Pensioner,
  404. Olha Nikolaienko, editor,
  405. Gviniashvili Nikolo, Progect Assistant, NGO “Equality Movement,” Georgian
  406. Mykola Nikulin, Translator, Ukraine
  407. dijana norkiene, SCLT, Brooklyn College, Lietuve
  408. Paulius Norkus, Manager, Solutio Medica, Lithuania
  409. Victoria Nosikovska, Teacher, Kyiv, school 29, Ukraine
  410. Hanna Nosova, translator, self employed, USA
  411. Tatishvili Nugzar, Chef, TWC Transgender Women Center in Georgia, Georgia
  412. Anatolii Nykoniuk, Biotechnolog,
  413. Vadym Ocheretiany, worker, ukrainian
  414. Serhii Okhrimenko, Builder,
  415. Tyshchenko Oksana, musician,
  416. Oksana Oksana, Economists,
  417. Barannykov Oleksandr, lawer, Aleksgarantmarket, Ukraina
  418. Makarenko Oleksandr, Chemistry,
  419. Logvinenko Oleksandr, Ouvrier, Ukrainien
  420. Dolynyak Oleksandr, winegrower, ukrainian
  421. Borsuk Oleksandr, Programmer, Ukraine
  422. Cherkashyn Oleksii, Software developer, Ukrainian
  423. Perevertova Olena, Economist, Ukraine
  424. Ignate Olena, A teacher,
  425. Vienko Olena, pensioner, Ukraine
  426. Litvinova Olena, engineer, private person, Ukrainian
  427. Marchenko Olga, Manager, Self-employed, Ukraine
  428. Savanzha Olha, Nurse, Ukrainian
  429. Vitali Olijnik, project manager, private, Ukrainian
  430. Natalia Onischenko, Veterinary, Ukrainian
  431. Vitalii Onisimchuk, Software Engineer, Ukrainian
  432. Yurij Opyr, Retired, Ukrainian
  433. Vitalie Osadciuc, Builder, Romania
  434. Iryna Osis, stock market specialist, Ukrainian
  435. Volodymyr Ostapchuk, citizen of Ukraine, Ukrainian
  436. Lyubov Ostrenko, Pensioner, Ukraine
  437. Anatoliy Ostrenko, Pensioner, Ukraine
  438. Nataliia Ostriianina, Travel manager, UKRAINE
  439. Andrii Ovcharenko, Programmer, Ukrainian
  440. Georgii Ozerianskyi, Senior Business Analyst, UBS Poland, Ukraine
  441. Oksana Ozgenc, Banker, Ukrainian
  442. Milda Palubinskas, Assistant Director, Columbia University, Lithuanian
  443. Nataliia Panchenko, Chairwoman of the board, “Euromaidan-Warsaw” foundation, Ukraine
  444. Svitlana Panchenko, Purchasing manager, Ukraine
  445. Oleksiy Panych, philosopher, translator, “Spirit and Letter” Publishing House, Ukraine
  446. Aleksei Parnowski, Senior researcher, Space Research Institute, Ukraine
  447. Pavlo Pasichnyi, Manager, Monomakh, Ukrainian
  448. Theo Pauthonier, Student, France
  449. Inna Pavlova, Economist, Ukraine
  450. Yaroslav Pavlysh, economist, Ukraine
  451. Oleg Pedai, Recruitment Coordinator, Ukraine
  452. Bjarne Kim Pedersen, writer, Danish
  453. Vitalii Peichev, First Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ukraine
  454. Tetiana Pelletier, Artist, Carnaval de Québec, Ukrainian
  455. Yevhen Perepelytsia, Artist, Freelancer, Ukraine
  456. Andrius Petrauskas, Businessman, Lithuanian
  457. Natalia Petrenko, biologist,
  458. Dmytro Petrenko, IT Specialist, Ukraine
  459. Vaidotas Petronis, Director, Project Management and Training Center, Lithuanian
  460. Daryna Petryshyn, Activist, Vidsich, Ukrainian
  461. Christian Pieper, Prosecutor, german
  462. Iryna Pieper, Philologist, Ukrainan
  463. Lada Pimenova, engineer, Ukraine
  464. Oleksii Pinkovskii, Engіneеr, Ukraine
  465. Svetlana Pisareva, financial analyst,
  466. Iuliia Pischanska, Director, Historical museum, Ukraine
  467. Oleksandr Plias, Software Developer, Ukraine
  468. Tatyana Plyusnina, Head of HR, Bank, Ukraine
  469. Anton Pokhyla, Combat veteran/corporate business, Ukrainian
  470. Oleksandr Poleiko, Student, Ukraine
  471. Julia Polibina, engineering,
  472. Nataliia Polishchuk, Head of department,
  473. Oleh Poloz, translator, writer, Ukrainian
  474. Lidiya Polshchuk, Mom, Ukrainian
  475. Lena Poltoradnya, assistant to CEO, German
  476. Maksym Poluliakh, IT Engineer, Ukraine
  477. Olga Polynska, acountant, Ukraine
  478. Andrii Ponochvnyi, head, home, ukrainian
  479. Iryna Popova, Artist of orcestra, Ukraine
  480. Bohdana Porada, Comptable, Ukrainienne
  481. Olha Posunko, Historіаn, Ukraine
  482. Anna Povazhna, teacher, Ukraine
  483. Ganna Pozdniakova, businesswomen,
  484. Anzhela Prazdnichnykh, Medical doctor, Ukrainian
  485. Roman Pribaten, Microbiologist, Ukraine
  486. Alla Priimak, Doctor, Ukraine
  487. Sergiy Proshchenko, electronics technician, USA
  488. Alla Provotorova, Project manager, Ukraine
  489. Olha Prykhodko, English & German teacher, Sumy secondary school #18, Ukraine
  490. Oleh Prystupa, Art Director /Advertising, BBDO, Ukrainian
  491. Milen Radev, Self employed, Germany
  492. Galyna Radkw, hotel receptionist, American
  493. Mrozin Raia, Psychologist,
  494. Artem Rassokhin, Manager, Self employed, Ukraine
  495. Konstantin Rayhert, philosopher, Ukrainian
  496. Natalija Reifenstein, Teacher, ukrainerin
  497. Antje Rempe, president /teacher, Partnerschaftsverein Charkiw-Nürnberg, German
  498. Volodymyr Renom, IT Engineer, Ukraine
  499. Oleg Repetylo, IT Project Manager, Ukraine
  500. Andrius Repsys, Graphic Artist, Photographer, Lithuanian
  501. Igor Reshetnyak, Researcher, EPFL, France
  502. Natalia Riabchenko, Seniour Researcher, Institute for Nuclear Research, National Academy of sciences, Ukraine
  503. Gediminas Rimkevičius, building engineering and economy, EU citizen, Lithuanian
  504. Kulnickaite Rita, Manager, Private company, Lithuanian
  505. Witold Rodkiewicz, University lecturer, Centre for East European Studies University of Warsaw, Polish
  506. Tamulis Rokas, Designer, Lithuanian
  507. Oleksandr Ruchka, Manager, Ukraine
  508. Zelenkov Ruslan, .Net Developer, Ukrainian
  509. Lakhmanyuk Ruslana, Nurse, Ukrainian
  510. Yuliya Ruzhenko, engineer designer,
  511. Liudmyla Rybalka, Lecture, University, Ukraine
  512. Paul Rybchenko, IT, UA
  513. Iryna Rybytva, Employee, Ukrainian
  514. Petro Sachuk, Procurement, Finance, Ukrainian
  515. Anna Saienko, Unemployed, Ukrainian
  516. Michèle Santucci, Professeur de russe, Education Nationale, France
  517. Gediminass Šapkauskas, Privat business, Lithuanian
  518. Volodymyr Sauliak, IT ingeneer, Ukraine
  519. Nadiia Savchenko, Student,
  520. Olaf Saxegaard, Consultant, Poltava Consult, Norwegian
  521. Dr.Dagmar Schatz, LtCol Medical Service German Armed Forces (ret), Ms, German
  522. Babette Scheuplein, Selfemployed, German
  523. Jesper Dennis Schliemann, Self imploring, Denmark
  524. Elen Schlosser, Interpreter, Freelancer, Germany
  525. Winfried Schneider-Deters, retired, German
  526. Oleksandr Semenchenko, Director, Ukraine
  527. Olena Serdiuk, economist, Ukrainian
  528. Stoiniak Serhii, Lawyer,
  529. Bondarenko Serhiy, Self-employed, Ukrainian
  530. alla servetnyk, agree, ukranian
  531. Dmytro Shabanov, proffesor, V.N.Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine
  532. Lesia Shafranska, interpreter, entrepreneur, ukraine
  533. Oleksii Shamrai, Software developer, Ukraine
  534. Inesa Shapovalova, Manager, Ukraine
  535. Nataliia Shatalova, Admin Assistant, Peace Corps Ukraine, Ukrainian
  536. DMYTRO SHCHERBINA, business analyst, PE SHCHERBINA D.V., Ukraine
  537. Tetiana Sheliakina, Business Analyst, IT, Ukrainian
  538. Evgenii Sherbyna, Infectionist, Ukrainian
  539. Ihor Shevchenko, Lawer, Ukrainian
  540. Bogdan Shevchuk, self employed, Ukrainian
  541. Mykola Shevchuk, engineer, Ukrainian
  542. Natalia Shevchuk, Musician, Ukraine
  543. Martislav Shliaha, IT eng., UA
  544. Oksana Shpak, accountant, Ukraine
  545. Inna Shtovba, HRD, Ukrainian
  546. Denys Shtyliuk, Glass fuser, Ukraine
  547. Serghiy Shtyrov, Retiree, Ukraine
  548. Igor Shugurov, Self employed,
  549. Viktor Shumskyi, Lead leacher, Ilanguage, Ukraine
  550. Borys Shumyatskyi, programmer, Ukraine
  551. Natalia Shylova, project manager, Ukraine
  552. Konstantin Sigov, Chief Editor, Publishing House “Spirit and the letter”/Dukh i litera, Ukraine
  553. Oleh Sikalo, manager, LLC Lileya, Ukraine
  554. Sarunas Siugzda, -, -, Lithuanian
  555. Oleksandr Skarboviichuk, Business,
  556. Natalia Sklyarska, Project head, Social Capital NGO, Ukraine
  557. Uliana Slaba, rheumatologist, Ternopil national medical university, Ukraine
  558. Maryna Slashchova, Doctor,
  559. Maria Slesazeck, Projektleiterin Konfliktnachsorge Osteuropa, german
  560. Anatolii Sliusariev, QA engineer, Ukrainian
  561. Linda Solomiia, quilter, ukrainian
  562. Hanna Spikhtarenko, Designer, Ukraine
  564. Tetyana Stadnyk, Content Manager, Ukrainian
  565. Sheliakin Stanislav, Independent contractor, Ukraine
  566. Zhelezkov Stanislav, Doctor, Homeopatic konsultashion, Ukraine
  567. Anastasia Stasiuk, Psychologist, Own business, Ukrainian
  568. Viktor Stepanenko, Motorman, Ukraine
  569. Max Stepaniuk, Tech coach, Ukrainian
  570. Susan Stewart, Senior Associate, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, USA
  571. Svitlana Stognii, Economist,
  572. Tetyana Strazhnyk, Director, Ukraine
  573. Oleksandr Strielnik, Customs officer, Ukrainian
  574. Ilona Strumickiene, Researcher, Lithuanua
  575. Olena Stupak, Psychology, Ukraine
  576. Valentin Sudeikin, IT, Ukraine
  577. Artur Sumarokov, Cinema critic,, Ukrainian
  578. Yuliia Sushko, Lawyer, Ukraine
  579. Oleksandr Suvorov, Software Engineer, Toradex AG, Ukrainian
  580. Darius Sveikauskas, CEO, Lithuanian
  581. Korotkova Svitlana, Economist, Ukraine
  582. Ronchkovska Svitlana, engineer, Ukraina
  583. Bundyk Svitlana, Accountant, Ukraine
  584. Marina Sych, teacher, Ukraine
  585. Yanina Synenko, designer, Ukrainian
  586. Oksana Synytsya, Teacher, Ukrainian
  587. Valerii Sysoiev, Information Security Manager, Deloitte, Ukraine
  588. Joanna Szostek, university lecturer, University of Glasgow, British
  589. Julius Tamaševičius, Project manager, Lithuanian
  590. OLEKSII TARAN, Chairman of the Board of the Public Organization, UKRAINE
  591. Chubai Taras, Musician, Ukraine
  592. Olena Tarasenko, nurse, Regional Hospital of War Veterans My answer, Ukrainian
  593. Igor Tatarenko, Student, National law University, Ukrainian
  594. Vlad Taushan, IT specialist, Ukraine
  595. Wolfgang Templin, Publizist, Deutsch
  596. Maarten Tengbergen, translator, Dutch
  597. Olga Terenina, librarian, Ukrainian
  598. Viktor Tereshchenko, Manufacturer, Ukraine
  599. Sparynska Tetyana, teacher, Ukrainien
  600. Alexander Tikhonov, Director (&Owner), Taktum LLC, Ukrainian
  601. Alla Titova, teacher, vocational school, Ukraine
  602. Oleksandr Titsa, Priwat persone, Ukraina
  603. Alla Tiunova, Self employed, Ukraine
  604. Olha Tkachenko, Attorney at law , ukrainian
  605. Yuri Tkachenko, Former Judge. Attorney at Law., Ukraine
  606. Yevheniia Todorenko, Business analyst, Ukrainian
  607. Serhii Tokar, Call center operator,, Ukrainian
  608. Oksana Tokarchuk, Economist, Ukraine
  609. Dovilė Tonkūnaitė, Manager, Lithuanian
  610. Olena Tormysheva, Teacher, Ukrainian
  611. Olga Travleieva, pensioner, Ukrainian
  612. Olena Tretiak, Bookkeeper, Ukraine
  613. Vasyl Tretiakov, Banker,
  614. Nataliia Tretiakova, designer, Ukraine
  615. Filipp Trigub, Student, German
  616. Natalya Tsarenkova, mathematician, Ukrainian
  617. Natalia Tsaruk, Doctor, Ukrainian
  618. Giorgi Tsotskolauri, Graphic Designer, Georgia
  619. Nona Tsotsoria, Expert,
  620. Anton Turchanenko, Software developer, Ukraine
  622. Оksana Tyshchenko, Senior Research Fellow, IUL NASU, Ukraine
  623. Natalia Ukrainets, Brand manager, Crystal group, Ukrainian
  624. Tsvietkova Ulyana, engineer,
  625. Aidas Urmanavičius, Architect, lithuanian
  626. Ivan Usikov, Engineer, Ukrainian
  627. Evelina Ustinavičiūtė, Freelancer, Lithuania
  628. Zhanna Ustyuhova, As. Prof., TNU, Ua
  629. Sovetchenko Vadym, Coach, Ukraine
  630. Raimundas Vaišvilas, Owner, RLDK UNITED, Lithuanian
  631. Michael Válek, Financial analyst, Czech Republic
  632. Zakovorotna Valentina, Manager, Ukr
  633. Zavertailo Valentyna, Teacher, Ukraine
  634. Myroslav Valigunda, Manager, Canadien
  635. Vira Vardanian, Teacher, Ukrainian
  636. Volodymyr Varenyk, PhD, Cherkasy National University, Ukrainian
  637. Svitlana Vasylyeva, Meneging director, Ukranian
  638. alla vaysband, Chairman, europa grenzenlos e.V., Germany
  639. Oleksiy Verbitskiy, Mechanic, Ukrainian
  640. KIRA VERESHCHAGINA, Translator, Freelance, Ukrainian
  641. Nosikovska Veronica, Student, KNLU, Kyiv, Ukraine
  642. Bohdan Veselovskyi, Analyst,
  643. Yana Vestel, Translator, Publishing House ‘Spirit and Letter’ /Dukh i Litera, Ukraine
  644. Natalia Viatkina, Senior Scientific Researcher, Institute of Philosophy of NASU, Ukraine
  645. Reshetnjak Victor, programmer, Ukraine
  646. Olena Vinnytska, Associate professor, Bogomolets National medical university, Ukraine
  647. Dmytro Vizir, Freelancer, None, Ukrainian
  648. Vladich Vlad, Ukraine
  649. Uliana Voitkiv, Ekonomist, Oschadbank, Ukrainian
  650. Oleksandr Volkov, IT Consultant, Ukranian Society in Switzerland, Ukraine and Switzerland
  651. Zhanna Volkova, Teacher, Ukrainian
  652. Hennadii Volosgkevych, university professor, Cherkasy National University, Ukrainian
  653. Oksana Voloshchuk, accountant, Ukraine
  654. Valentyna Volynets, teacher, Ukranian
  655. Kurt-Christoph von Knobelsdorff, Civil Servant, german
  656. Tetiana Vorobets, Accountant, Ukrainian
  657. Oleksandr Voroniuk, Teacher, Ukrainian
  658. Oksana Voronkova, Manager, NACP, Ukrainian
  659. Eugenijus Vosylius, Retired Colonel, Lithuanian
  660. Andriy Voytyuk, musician, self employed/show business, Ukraine
  661. Yurii Vyshnia, Head for logistic department, Viknaland LLC, Ukrainian
  662. Aida Vytienė, Unemployed,
  663. Reinhard Weißhuhn, pensioneer, deutsch
  664. Sally Wilton, Business person, Private individual, Uk
  665. Volodymyr Wol, Driver, Ukraine
  666. Maryana Yablonska, General accountant, Heritage.UA Charity organization, Ukrainian
  667. Roman Yakovets, Electrical Engineer,
  668. Kyrylo Yakovliev, Software Developer, Ukrainian
  669. Ivan Yancool, Head of branch, Traid Media LLC, Ukrainian
  670. Andriy Yaniv, Manager, Ukrainian
  671. Artem Yanko, IT Security, Ukrainian
  672. Kateryna Yaresko, Head of Department of Management of Social Communications, Simon Kuznets Kharkiv National University of Economics, Ukraine
  673. Yaroslav Yaroshevych, Auditor, Ukrainian
  674. Vlada Yaroslavska, Self employed, Ukraine
  675. Oleksa Yaroslavtsev, Journalist, NGO “Near with you,” Ukrainian
  676. Yevhen Yasinskyy, musician, Cultural and educational society “Prosvita” musician, Ukraine
  677. Olena Yasynska, Geology, Ukraine
  678. Konstantin Yemets, Commercial Director, Ukrainian,
  679. Shkrobot Yevhenii, Doctor, Soussa central hospital, Ukrainian
  680. Irina Yoriychyk, Pensioner,
  681. Bondarenko Yuliya, Analytical, Delta Bank, Ukrainian
  682. Nazimok Yurii, IT, Zorya, Ukraine
  683. Akimov Yurii, teacher,
  684. Husnay Yurij, entrepreneur, Ukraine
  685. Oksana Yurina, Freelance Translator, Ukraine
  686. Iryna Yurko, Hairdreser, Ukrainen
  687. Oleksandr Yurov, Software developer, Ukrainian
  688. Andrii Zablotskyi, IT, Ukraine
  689. Lyubov Zarooma, Pharmacist, Ukrainian
  690. Olena Zaruma, Dr, Ukraine
  691. Oleksii Zavodov, Private entrepreneur, Private entrepreneur, Ukrainian
  692. Tatiana Zayats, educator, Kindergarten, Ukraine
  693. Sergiy Zheleznyak, Officer, National Police of Ukraine, Ukrainian
  694. Kornelius Zhygurt, jeweler, ukrainian
  695. Ina Zhyhar, Taxist, Belarus
  696. Jörn Ziegler, Vorstand, German
  697. Tetyana Zinkiv, Pensioner, Ukraine
  698. Denys Zubok, Lawyer, Ukrainian
  699. Iryna Zubrytska, web-designer, Ukrainian
  700. Vaidas Zujevas, Heathrow excess baggage team leader, Lithuanian
  701. Keti Zukakishvili, Lawyer, Georgia
  702. Светлана Антонец, HR, Avgust Trade, Ukraine
  703. Юрій Бердик, Пенсіонер, Українець
  704. Вадим Буцик, Продавець, Українець
  705. Валерій Гойчук, пенсіонер, Україна
  706. Любомир Дзендзя, Б/р,
  707. Надія Володимирівна Забранська, вчителька математики, сш №302 м. Київ, Україна
  708. Юрій Іваницький, фахівець,
  709. Лариса Іллюк, фрілансер, громадянка України
  710. Andrii Каdykalo, associate professor, Lvivska Politechika, Ukraine
  711. Сергей Карпенко, Frillancer,
  712. Валентина Костючок, Масажист, Домогосподарка, Україна
  713. Попадюк Леся, Оптометрист, Магазин, Українка
  714. Пядик Олександр, наладник ЧПК,
  715. Назаренко Олексій, businessman, business, ukrainian
  716. Сергей Осташко, Предприниматель, UA
  717. Людмила Попович, Менеджер, Украина
  718. Юлія Саленко, Кухар, Україна
  719. Макуха Сергій, Охоронець,
  720. Ганна Солодченко, Бухгалтер, Україна
  721. Galina Тkatchuk, Business owner, Belarus
  722. Червоненко Тетяна, Статистик,
  723. Олексій Шевчук, Інженер,
  724. Віталій Шкробатюк, Пенсіонер, Україна

Article drafted by:

Willem Aldershoff, Former head of unit, European Commission, Analyst international affairs, Brussels

Michel Waelbroeck, Emeritus professor in European Law Université libre, Bruxelles, Emeritus member of the Institute of International Law, Brussels.


Toomas Hendrik Ilves, fourth president of Estonia (2006-2016)

Rebecca Harms, Member of the European Parliament

James Nixey, Chatham House, Head of Russia and Eurasia Programme

James Sherr, Estonian Foreign Policy Institute/ICDS, Chatham House

Kataryna Wolczuk, University of Birmingham, Chatham House

Adam Reichardt, New Eastern Europe

Iwona Reichardt, New Eastern Europe

Gustav C. Gressel, Senior Policy Fellow, Wider Europe Programme, European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR)

John Lough, Chatham House

Jacek Kucharczyk, Institute of Public Affairs, Poland

Galina Ackerman, University of Caen

Ralf Fuecks, Centre for Liberal Modernity, Berlin

Peter Pomeranzev, senior fellow at LSE

Edith Mueller, former Member of the European Parliament, The Greens

Vladimir Socor, senior analyst at the Jamestown foundation

Volodymyr Yermolenko, UkraineWorld

Halyna Coynash, Kharkiv Human Rights Group

Sergiy Sydorenko, European Pravda

Philippe de Lara, philosopher, professor of political science, France

Giedrius Sakalauskas, Res Publica, Lithuania

Alice Stollmeyer, Defending Democracy, Netherlands

Danylo Lubkivskyi, former deputy foreign minister, Ukraine

Alya Shandra, Euromaidan Press

... and over 600 more individuals from across Europe