The attorney General warned Ukrainian TV channel from screening of a film about the Donbass

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www.vsyako.netYuri Licenciado: RIA Novosti

The Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko said that the TV channel “112 Ukraine” threatens the responsibility in case if the TV will be showing the film by American Director Oliver stone “the Untold history of Ukraine”. The corresponding video message he posted on his page in Facebook on Thursday, July 11.

“Say directly: for any attempts, past — teleconference — and future — demonstration of Russian propaganda film, which is advertised on channel [leader of the party “Opposition platform For life”, Viktor] Medvedchuk, will be responsibility,” he said.

Lutsenko added that article 111 (“high treason”) and article 258 (“Financing of terrorism”) the criminal code of Ukraine are the basis for questioning all those involved in the “dirty Pro-Russian machinations”.

Premiere of the documentary film stone, which received the Grand Prix of the Italian film festival in Taormina, was announced on the TV channel “112 Ukraine” of July 2 and is scheduled for Friday, July 12. The speech in the film is about the consequences of Euromaidan — mass protest actions in Kiev in 2014 — and the war in the Donbass. It includes footage Chronicles the events and interviews with politicians, among them Medvedchuk and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“I hope that “the Untold history of Ukraine” will be a blast. It will contribute to the fact that people were convinced: we need peace. And that war is the worst that can be,” said presenter Oksana Marchenko.

On 10 July, the Verkhovna Rada Deputy Taras Kozak, holding the Ukrainian TV channel NewsOne, said that the teleconference between Russia and Ukraine will be on Russian TV. In the TV program on the website “Russia 1” stated that the premiere of the show “Need to talk” will be shown on 12 July at 18:00 Moscow time.

Before the teleconference between NewsOne and “Russia 1” has been canceled because of threats of physical violence received by Ukrainian journalists. The idea of the telethon, reported presenter Dmitry Kiselev, was criticized by many politicians in Kiev, including President Vladimir Zelensky. In his opinion, so Moscow is trying to divide the Ukrainian people into two camps.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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