Moscow responded to the expulsion of Russian reporters from Ukraine


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The expulsion from Ukraine of reporters of the First channel and “Russia” (VGTRK) is a non-compliance with international agreements, said the Russian Embassy in Kiev. On Wednesday, may 9, reports TASS.

“Such actions of Ukraine grossly violated the undertaken international obligations to ensure journalistic work, freedom of speech, expression of views and beliefs in the framework of multilateral agreements”, — stated in the answer of the diplomatic mission.

In their statement, the diplomats referred to the paragraphs of the Convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms of 1950 and the universal Declaration of human rights 1948. The Russian side urged Ukraine to take measures to prevent actions that degrade the dialogue between the two countries.

Earlier Wednesday it was reported that journalists were expelled from the neighboring countries for the preparation of a report on the celebration of Victory Day. “According to the plan of the Russian propagandists shot Valentina Solovieva and Olga Yurieva videos planned to use to discredit Ukraine before the world community and the spread of misinformation among the population”, — explained in SBU.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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