In the HRC, the hope that the next peace prize will give Russia and Ukraine
The awarding of the Nobel peace prize for 2014 defenders of a pair of countries that " don't quite get along with each other, " says the wisdom of the Nobel division, said the head of the Russian Council for human rights, Mikhail Fedotov, and expressed the hope that through the year award will receive human rights defenders in Russia and Ukraine.
The Nobel peace prize for the year of 2014 was awarded to Pakistani human rights activist Malala Yousafzai and Indian fighter for the rights of children to Kailash Satiri.
" I think This is a very good choice. This example, first, attention to human rights activities, and secondly, the example of wisdom and tolerance. Gave the Nobel prize to the defenders of the country pairs, which are known to not quite get along, " said Fedotov
according to him, the fact that the prize was awarded to human rights defenders and from India and from Pakistan shows the wisdom of the Nobel peace Department." Let's hope that in the coming year, the Nobel peace prize will be awarded Russian and Ukrainian human rights defenders ", - said the head of the HRC.
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