Died Lyudmila Alekseeva, had said the human rights activist about Ukraine and Putin

Tonight, December 8, in Moscow’s heart stopped beating 91-year-old human rights activist and critic of the policies of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Lyudmila Alexeyeva.

The woman was one of the founders of the Moscow Helsinki group. Russian woman said that he envied the Ukrainians.

“Honestly, I like the Russian Ukrainians envy. Of course, they have a very difficult situation, but at least they are going in the right direction.”

Alekseev was one of those who signed the resolution of the peace March. It was put forward to end the aggressive policy of the Kremlin in respect of Ukraine and demand to stop support of separatists in Eastern Ukraine.

“Pay no attention to the fact that I’m Russian. I am ashamed of what we are doing in relation to Ukraine. Believe me, I’m not the only one. We have a lot of people. We’re not all imperialists,” said she in 2017.

Also in December 2016 pravozahisnik expressed support for the leader of the Crimean Tatar people, Mustafa Dzhemilev.

Recall that Lyudmila Alekseeva is one of the oldest representatives of the human rights movement in Russia. She was born in the Crimea in Evpatoria in 1927. After the Second world war became a member of the human rights movement in Russia. Through pressure was forced to move to the US, but after 20 years returned Home.

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