UnMode experience will be included in UN periodic report

On May 4, the UnMode team met with an representative of the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights - the UN Human Rights Monitoring Mission in Ukraine.
We discussed the estimated number of Ukrainian ex-prisoners in the systems of the TDCFC of the Volgograd and Krasnodar regions (Temporary Detention Center for Foreign Citizens). For her part, an expert supported the idea of using temporary certificates to travel to Ukraine.
The nearest plans include a meeting with the Working Groups on Arbitrary Detention and Enforced Disappearances of the UN Committees.
We hope that such meetings will become a regular practice, and communication with world-class international organizations will help in solving the real problems of one of the most vulnerable categories of the population - people deprived of their liberty.
All data will be included in the update “Report on the situation of human rights in Ukraine, August 1, 2022 - January 31, 2023.” This report also describes the situation of prisoners deported to the russian federation (paragraph 66 https://www.ohchr.org/en/documents/country-reports/report-human-rights-situation-ukraine-1-august-2022- 31-january-2023
The UnMode team expresses its gratitude our expert for her high professionalism, sensitivity and involvement in the process of finding optimal solutions for very difficult tasks. The case when it is not necessary to prove the pricelessness of every human life and the universality of human rights for all categories of citizens.