Photo: Artem ovdiyenko page in Facebook
Leading Ukrainian news channel 24 Artem ovdiyenko has published on Facebook an appeal to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin.
The journalist began treatment insults to the Russian head of state expressed hope for its demise. “Explain to me one thing: what do we climb?” asked ovdiyenko, listing recent disasters that occurred in Russia, in particular floods in the Irkutsk region and the incident with the nuclear submarine station.
He also announced the holding, on 12 July at 19:00 Kiev time (coincides with Moscow) teleconference between 24 and Georgian channel Rustavi 2, whose employee George Gabunia live obscenely expressed to Putin. According to him, the broadcast will last two hours, will be in the air and in social networks. “You can watch the Russians, but it will get the ROC a certificate of reliability of spiritual braces, assure to work your party “United Russia” and show then in the FSB, so they pass you on a two-hour Internet revealed”, — said the presenter.
The recording was made in Studio, but it has no channel logo. He ovdiyenko signed a movie review of “how to knock out the leadership of an unpaid leave,” adding that it is “an unofficial version of the announcement of teleconference”.
On the website 24 channel announcement this teleconference is not. Ovdiyenko at the designated time will be released weekly talk show “Polimanteia”. The main themes of the release will be a telephone conversation between Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Vladimir Zelensky and canceled a teleconference between Ukrainian NewsOne channel and “Russia 1”, which in the end decided to hold via Skype.
Swearing Georgian broadcaster Gabunia to the Russian leader provoked a negative reaction in Moscow and in Tbilisi, but the leadership of “Rustavi 2” has refused to dismiss a journalist, removing it from the air for two months. A minority shareholder in the channel Nino Nizharadze, in turn, insisted on the dismissal of the General Director of “Rustavi 2” Nika Gvaramia, but the owners did not agree with her. Putin, commenting on the situation, said he did not want neither to impose sanctions against Georgia or to pursue Gabunia in accordance with Russian criminal law providing for punishment for insulting state symbols and government representatives.
Video, photo All from Russia.