Joint statements

In April 2024, the Georgian ruling party "Georgian Dream" initiated the Parliament's reconsideration of the draft law "On the Transparency of Foreign Influence", which had been withdrawn from discussion last year as a result of mass popular protests.
The Civic Solidarity Platform expresses its support for the Republic of Armenia's intention to join the International Criminal Court (ICC).
In June of this year, several leaders of African countries called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to demonstrate his willingness to move towards peace before they meet on July 27 at the Russia-Africa summit in St. Petersburg.
The funds of the Russian-Kyrgyz Development Fund have been blocked in the Belgian financial structure Euroclear Bank S.A./N.V. All the funds of this fund, amounting to approximately 1 billion US dollars, were provided by the Russian side.
We, non-governmental organisations – members of the international Civic Solidarity Platform, condemn the decision of the authorities of the Russian Federation to liquidate the Moscow Helsinki Group (MHG), a member and one of the founders of our network.
Members of the international Civic Solidarity Platform condemn attacks on Radio Azattyk («Radio Liberty»), the Kyrgyz service of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL).
Respect and recognition for the Macedonian minority in Bulgaria: strong condemnation of the announcements for a possible deregistration of a human rights organization
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