Iryna Lutsenko about the detention of journalist Tsimbalyuk: Russia frightens the Ukrainian mediocricity

Ирина Луценко о задержании журналиста Цимбалюка: Россию пугает украинская медиаоткрытость

In Russia recently began to hunt for Ukrainian journalists, they are afraid of our mediatrust. This was in the “Prime Evening” on TV channel “112 Ukraine” said MP from the PPO Irina Lutsenko.

“You will note, in recent years they have started to hunt for our journalists. They are afraid of our mediocricity and MediaPad. It’s part of a hybrid war – the intimidation of journalists, the violation of any international rules, ignoring the General world order, borders. And this “iron hand” of Putin will bring him to the Hague,” – said Irina Lutsenko.

She added: “Yes, we have not severed diplomatic relations with Russia. There are more than 2.5 million migrant workers are working. Working there we have 5 consular offices. Of course, the reaction of the foreign Ministry, the world community. We all get”.

We will remind, on March 21, Moscow (Russian Federation) detained a Ukrainian journalist, correspondent of the UNIAN Roman Tsimbalyuk. As he said Tsymbalyuk, detained him after he recorded an interview with a graduate student of historical faculty of Moscow state University by Zachary Sarapulova March 18, the day the annexation of the Crimea hung the flag of Ukraine.

Later, the Ukrainian Embassy in Russia has confirmed the detention in Moscow of journalist Tsimbalyuk.

Following this, information was received that Tsymbalyuk Moscow refused to give explanations to the police and also claims invalidity of his detention.

After some time the police released the detainee in Russia journalist Roman Tsimbalyuk.

Ирина Луценко о задержании журналиста Цимбалюка: Россию пугает украинская медиаоткрытость
Ирина Луценко о задержании журналиста Цимбалюка: Россию пугает украинская медиаоткрытость

Ирина Луценко о задержании журналиста Цимбалюка: Россию пугает украинская медиаоткрытость

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