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Theatrical reading about the war and political prisoners “Ukraine, 5 am”

The theatrical reading about the war and political prisoners “Ukraine, 5 am” will be held in Berlin on May 23

It was announced on Facebook by the Embassy of Ukraine in the Federal Republic of Germany.
The basis of the texts for the reading will be a documentary play “Crimea, 5 am” of the Ukrainian playwrights Natalia Vorozhbit and Anastasia Kosodiy, which premiered in November 2021 in Kyiv. Selected extracts from the play illustrate the situation of human rights and persecution, especially against the Crimean Tatar population in Crimea under the Russian occupation regime.
The readings are complemented by contemporary reports from the war diary of Ukrainian theater playwright Pavlo Arye.
The event will be followed by a panel discussion with Dr. Ellen Ueberschär
Head of ther Heinrich-Böll-Foundation, Alim Aliyev, Deputy Director General of the Ukrainian Institute, Tatiana Pechonchik, Chair of the Human Rights Center Zmina, and Johannes Voswinkel, Senior Expert in Eastern Europe of the Berlismann Foundation.

The reading and discussion will be available online on the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation’s YouTube channel: in German: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAcxKhmcJbE
In English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnSlRGg1irE