The ultimate goal of the Crimea Platform is the end of the Russian occupation of Crimea, as well as contribution to strengthening European and global security
- Adoption and implementation of the Strategy for the Deoccupation and Reintegration of the Occupied Crimea and the implementation plan
- Development of the Strategy for the Economic Restoration of Crimea by the joint efforts of the Office of the Crimea Platform, Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine, Kyiv School of Economics, and representatives of the Crimea Platform Expert Network
- Establishment of the Advisory Council on the Deoccupation and Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the City of Sevastopol, involving Ukrainian government institutions and international experts, for the effective coordination of measures and projects aimed at the deoccupation and reintegration of Crimea.
Protection of rights of indigenous people
- Adoption of the Law on Indigenous Peoples of Ukraine initiated by the President of Ukraine and development of related by-laws
- Enactment of the Strategy for the Development of the Crimean Tatar Language until 2032
- Development of the draft Law on the Status of the Crimean Tatar People is ongoing
Support for illegal detainees
- Adoption of the Law on Social and Legal Protection of Illegal Detainees and Members of Their Families; this document was initiated by the President of Ukraine
Protection of Ukrainian identity
- Adoption of the Resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on the Protection of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine in Crimea
- The Law on the Abolition of the So-called Free Economic Zone, aimed at protecting the economic and social rights of Ukrainian citizens in occupied Crimea and IDPs, as well as preventing shadow business in the region.
- Development of a special set of amendments to laws and codes aimed at ensuring the deoccupation and reintegration of Crimea, in particular, at increasing the efficiency of investigation of international crimes.