The Representative office of the Ukrainian People was established in March 2023 as an opportunity for millions of Ukrainians who do not agree with the actions of the current political regime in Ukraine to choose a different, better future in accordance of the Constitution. The Ukrainian people are now deprived of such an opportunity in their homeland: they are essentially hostages whose fate is to fight for someone else’s choice and die for foreign interests. As a result of the unconstitutional coup d’état in 2014 and the de facto introduction of external governance, Ukraine was drawn into a war between NATO countries and Russia.
The betrayal of national elites, which also involved the «president of the world» Volodymyr Zelenskyy, led to full-fledged hostilities and the systematic destruction of the Ukrainian people, who were held hostage by the real masters of the country: The United States and the United Kingdom. Our people are under the deadly threat of total termination. That is why we have taken upon ourselves the responsibility to become the political representation of the Ukrainian people, to oppose the destructive plan with a reasonable alternative.
On March 4, 2023, in accordance with Articles 5 and 69 of the Constitution of Ukraine, the All-Ukrainian Congress was held. It was attended by more than 450 Ukrainian citizens from around the world. It approved the «Declaration of Defense of the Ukrainian People». Over the next two months, 5.548.285 Ukrainians, whose personal data have been confirmed, voted in support of the Declaration and for the establishment of the Mission in the All-Ukrainian voting on the nrvch.com platform.
Dmytro Vasilets – politician, social activist, former political prisoner.
Oleksandr Semchenko – trade union leader, Doctor of Political Science.
Pavlo Onyshchenko – social activist, former political prisoner.
Oleksandr Skubchenko – social activist.
Viktor Malafeev – social activist.
On May 24, 2023, the Mission published the «Peace Plan of the Ukrainian People», which proposes to hold referendums on self-determination in all regions of Ukraine, except for those regions where such referendums have already been held: Crimea, Sevastopol, Kherson, Zaporozhye, Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
The Mission also carries out extensive public and humanitarian activities. We help Ukrainian refugees with humanitarian aid and housing, and develop the media, including the “Mriya” media platform. We document the numerous crimes committed by the Kyiv regime against civilians and prepare materials for the People’s Tribunal for War Criminals.
We collect information about prisoners of conscience, political prisoners and other repressed citizens of Ukraine who were thrown into torture chambers because of their beliefs. The collected information is public and is transmitted to all human rights organizations in the world, including the OSCE, the Council of Europe, the ECHR, the Russian Ombudsman and the Red Cross.
While the pro-NATO regime in Kyiv imposes war and death, we offer life and act for peace.