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Elaf from London: The United Kingdom condemned the politically motivated conviction of British dual national Vladimir Kara-Murza in a court in Moscow on Monday.
Vladimir Kara-Murza is an opposition politician, journalist and human rights activist in Russia who has received wide recognition for his work, including the Vaclav Havel Prize for Human Rights.
Murza has attempted to poison twice before. He was arrested and imprisoned by Russian authorities in April 2022.
He was convicted of politically motivated charges, including spreading “knowingly false information” about the Russian armed forces. An “undesirable” organization and links to treason, and today he was sentenced to 25 years in prison in Russia.
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The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office today called on Russian Ambassador Andrey Galin to explain that the UK considers Mr Kara-Murza’s conviction to be a breach of Russia’s international human rights obligations, including the right to a fair trial.
Foreign Secretary James wisely said: Vladimir Gara-Murza boldly condemned Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – a flagrant violation of international law and the United Nations Charter.
Cleverly added: Russia’s lack of commitment to protecting basic human rights, including freedom of expression, is troubling. We continue to urge Russia to abide by its international obligations, including the provision of adequate health care for Vladimir Kara-Murza.
British Foreign Secretary Mr. Kara-Murza and his family, including his wife Yevgenia, paid tribute to her husband’s unwavering commitment to elevating his cause on the international stage. England continues to support them and Mr. Arguing for the immediate release of Kara-Murza.
Mr. Judge Sergey Podobrykorov, who is presiding over Kara-Murza’s trial, and Mr. The head of the detention center where Kara-Murza is being held, Dmitriy Komnov, was sanctioned in 2020 by the United Kingdom under our global human rights body. Involvement in human rights violations.
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