Thank you very much for the very important question and I know that this committee has launched, actually, sanctions based on the human rights violations. I am very grateful for this in particular, Mr. Chairman and members of the committee.
Yes, you are right. The non-military means in this, in the fight for further reintegration or integration of those territories back to Ukraine are very crucial. Unfortunately, due to the fact that the Ukrainian government and the Ukrainian people, actually, cannot reach those territories, it is very difficult to work on those territories even though we understand that in Crimea, we have even more passionate pro-Ukrainian population than probably we have on occupied Donbass.
So what are we doing in particular from our side? I know that the government has its own activities, but from our side, we are now co-operating very closely with human rights organizations, both Tatar and Ukrainian human rights organizations. We are trying to, first of all, collect all the evidence, first of human rights violations but also of military control of the Russian federation and economic control of the Russian federation, because we believe it's very important for the international community to have all this evidence collected and have it at its disposal to have an opportunity in the future to stand in front of international tribunals and to keep Russia accountable for all the violations.
I believe that what we can do now is first to collect all the information. I also think that we should put more efforts toward communicating with people, reaching people in those territories, first of all in Crimea. What the government is doing now is providing administrative services for people from the occupied territories so they can maintain their citizenship, like birth certificates and death certificates. We also voted in the parliament for a number of very important decisions—for example, helping students from the high school to enter Ukrainian universities—and we believe it's also very helpful to maintain the context and for further reintegration in those territories.
I believe that we have to think more, and we will be working more on the most sustainable decisions in this area.