Georgia: Russia and the de facto authorities in the South Ossetia/Tskhinvali region must reopen closed crossing points and guarantee freedom of movement of civilians
The complete ban on movement between the breakaway territory of the South Ossetia/Tskhinvali Region and the rest of Georgia is undermining the human rights of local civilians. Since early September, the de facto authorities in the South Ossetia/Tskhinvali Region suspended freedom of movement across the only operating crossing points over the administrative boundary line (ABL) with the rest of Georgia, thereby further worsening the humanitarian situation by denying residents of the breakaway region access to medical care, social security benefits, education and family visits across the ABL.
Choose a language to view report
- USA: LOSING THE PEACE: U.S. POLICE FAILURES TO PROTECT PROTESTERS FROM VIOLENCE
- NEPAL: JUSTICE STALLED FOR CONFLICT VICTIMS - AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL SUBMISSION FOR THE UN UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW, 37TH SESSION OF THE UPR WORKING GROUP, JANUARY 2021
- Kyrgyzstan: Further information: Azimjan Askarov died in prison