Russia will achieve an adequate response to the OSCE infringe on the rights of the media in Ukraine, said the Representative of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation on problems of human rights, democracy and rule of law Konstantin Dolgov.
in the office of the envoy of the OSCE on freedom of the media Dunja Mijatovic first told that watching the situation with expulsion from Ukraine correspondent "the First channel" the Alexandra Cherepnin, but as long as refrain from comment on the merits.
"the Commissioner of the OSCE on freedom of the media watches over the situation with the wrongful expulsion of a Russian correspondent from Kiev. This evasion of duties, " wrote the Russian diplomat in his own microblog on Twitter.
He said that "to alleged violations of correspondents in the Russian Federation (Mijatovic - ed.) responds quickly, "that became" double standards ".
"This engaged position of the official international fundamentally unacceptable. We will try to achieve an adequate response of the OSCE to clamp the mass media in Ukraine ", - noted Debts.
on Wednesday, it was announced that the journalist "the First channel" Alexander Tcherepnin around noon stopped contact with the edition. The operator of the channel is not found in her apartment, neither she herself nor her things. Later Tcherepnin contacted the channel and told that she was detained by the SBU, she was charged with falsification of one of her videos and she is on the plane heading to the capital of Russia.
As told Last news Deputy General Director of " First channel ", the head of management of information programs Kirill Kleymenov, the reporter arrived at Vnukovo about seven in the evening on Wednesday. Later, the SBU stated that Cherepnin denied entry to Ukraine for 3 years. According to them, Russian journalist " tried to remove a front clip, which will discredit the Ukrainian authorities ".