Vladislav Berdichevsky: Owing to Anna Tuv’s nomination for Nobel Peace Prize, more and more people will learn truth about war in Donbass
The nomination of a public figure, Anna Tuv from Gorlovka, for the Nobel Peace Prize is important for spreading the truth about the war in the Donbass. This was said in an interview with a correspondent of the Donetsk News Agency by deputy of the DPR People’s Council, chairman of the Committee on Foreign Policy, International Relations, Information Policy and Information Technology Vladislav Berdichevsky.
“I know Anna personally, she and her family have suffered greatly. Despite this, she found in herself the strength to start helping others. At the moment, she is actively engaged in social activities and is busy with humanitarian assistance for the Donbass. This is a very strong woman. Therefore, I believe that Anna Tuv was deservedly nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize,” Vladislav Berdichevsky said.
The parliamentarian added that the initiative for the nomination of Anna Tuv was suggested by the chairman of the Italian charity organization “Help Us Save the Children” Ennio Bordato and the deputy Vito Comencini. This demonstrates the desire of a part of the western public to learn and spread the truth about the conflict in the Donbass.
“The event has acquired a media reaction both in Russia and in the world, thanks to which more and more people know what is actually happening in the Donbass,” the deputy concluded.
We shall add that quite recently, in the building of the Italian Parliament, there was held a press conference at which Anna Tuv was represented as a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Anna Tuv lost her hand as a result of the shelling of Gorlovka by the Ukrainian armed forces on May 26, 2015. Anna’s husband and 11-year-old daughter died on the spot, her two-year-old son received multiple shrapnel wounds; the youngest child, who at that time was only two weeks old, was contused. Currently, the Gorlovka resident is seeking to bring objective information about the conflict in the Donbass to the world community for a speedy end to the war. So, in November 2017, she spoke at a session of the UN Human Rights Council.