MENU
Documenting war crimes in Ukraine.
The Tribunal for Putin (T4P) global initiative was set up in response to the all-out war launched by Russia against Ukraine in February 2022.

Similar articles

Sumy journalist association asks Regional Administration to not issue recommendations on coverageStop Censorship calls on Yanukovych to address grave issues with press freedomOn the Measures against Gazeta po-kievskiEFJ Demands End to Political Interference in Ukraine MediaStop Censorship expresses concern over conflict around Gazeta po-kievskiLuhansk journalist sacked for bad newsReporter in Torez Orphanage scandal speaks outHighly disturbing report regarding an information blockade at the Torez OrphanageTorez Orphanage: Enquiry called yet journalist sacked?Media Union concerned that only selected media cover Ukraine-Russia negotiations“Do You Still Want This War?” Anti-War Activities in Russia, 3-9 July 2022The letter on the attempt to remove the Ombudsman from the position – to all people concernedRussia uses collaborators to ‘ask Putin’ for annexation of entire Kherson oblast Over 60 places of worship in Ukraine, as well as sites of cultural heritage, have been attacked by the Russian invaders, with some totally destroyedRussia brings grotesque propaganda to Berdiansk after Ukrainian journalists refuse to collaborate Families and lawyers prevented from attending Russia’s reprisal sentencing of Crimean Tatar journalist and civic activists Russia continues its first machine for destroying Crimean Tatar and other Ukrainian families Russian schoolchildren told that Russia is bombing and killing Ukrainian children in ‘self-defence’ Ukraine finally stops persecuting whistle-blower judge, and rules against corruptionRussian parliamentarians move to ‘defend compatriots’ by recognizing Donbas pseudo ‘republics’

Only selected journalists invited to meeting between Yanukovych and Putin

13.04.2011    source: www.pravda.com.ua

 

The Internet site Ukrainska Pravda reports that the President’s Press Service specially selected journalists, with no open accreditation being announced for the meeting.  In contrast accreditation for the meeting between Ukraine’s Prime Minister Azarov and Vladimir Putin was announced a day in advance.

It is not as yet known which journalists have been invited, however the President’s new Press Secretary  Darya Chepak says that they had not known till the last moment that there would be a press occasion and themselves rang around information agencies, television channels and two newspapers – Komsomolskaya Pravda in Ukraine and Segodnya [Today].  She claims that they based their choice on the rating and coverage of the media outlets, and had not invited Internet outlets at all (this including Ukrainska Pravda – translator).

Segodnya is owned by billionaire and National Deputy from the Party of the Regions, Rinat Akhmetov, while Komsomolskaya Pravda in Ukraine belongs to business Ihor Kolomoisky. 

 Share this