The security service of Ukraine (SBU) has released a statement-Ukrainian, which yesterday together with the Russian media workers were detained in Kyiv, he was warned, said on Thursday Advisor to the head of the security service of Ukraine Markiyan Lubkivsky.
on Wednesday in Kyiv SBU employees without explanation were caught correspondents "First channel" Elena Makarova and Sergey Korenev and NTV Andrey Grigoriev. Journalist program "Today," the Russian television channel NTV Inna Osipov was not allowed on the Playground of Ukraine. Lubkivsky said that together with the Russian media SBU detained a Citizen of Ukraine, who works as a cameraman for the Russian TV channel. Lubkivsky first warned the Ukrainian correspondents on liability under the criminal code for interaction with the Russian media.
"Citizen of Ukraine was liberated, he was warned about the secrecy, and he warned, as I have already stated that in the future if this situation is repeated, it will be attracted to liability under the criminal code," he said on the air.
according to him, Employees of the security service of Ukraine are " under applicable Ukrainian law.
last week the security service of Ukraine approved the list of the Russian media, which in time will be suspended accreditation by the public authorities before the end of the Ukrainian authorities special operations in the Donbass. The list includes more than 100 TV channels, news agencies and radio stations that are registered in the Russian Federation. In the list of hit international news Agency "Russia Today" and all Russian TV channels, except for " Rain ".
Russian investigators opened a criminal Case after restricting freedom correspondents Grigorieva and Makarova in Kiev. The investigative Committee of the Russian Federation insists that journalists did the material about the procession of the nationalist organization " Right sector ", banned in Russia, and did not violate the law. The case was brought by two articles - unlawful deprivation of liberty committed by an organized group, and obstruction of the lawful professional activities of journalists, coupled with violence.