Chief editor of the Ukrainian opposition newspaper "Vesti" Igor Guzhva said folded range of options and sold his stake in the Media holding To Ukraine ".
in his own statement Igor Guzhva thanked the staff for their General work and wished success in the further implementation of the project, say Ukrainian Vesti.
"I decided to leave the" Media holding To Ukraine and sold I owned a share of corporate rights in the company. I also am leaving the post of Chief editor of the newspaper " Vesti ", – reported in the treatment of Guzhva." With today's Igor Guzhva not perform management activities and oversee the editorial policy of the media holding assets, and also does not have the authority and right to view official public positions and negotiating on behalf of the media holding. Accordingly, all made With present and future statements are his personal opinion and not the official position of the media holding ", – it is noted in the message. Official ownership of all assets of the media, namely television channel "UBR", " Radio News ", daily newspaper "Vesti" and the website vest-ukr. Com and printed illustrated edition of " the News. Reporter " now owned by the same name Cyprus organization Media Holding Vesti Ukraine. The Board of Directors heads the Ukrainian media holding media Manager and specialist in strategic communications Olga Semchenko. Remember, in June the Investigative Department of the Main Directorate of the security service of Ukraine (SBU) in Kiev and Kiev region started pre-trial proceedings on publishing News. Reporter accordance with the " encroachment on the territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine ". Remember also, on June 8, the state fiscal service of Ukraine was summoned for questioning by nearly 250 employees of the newspaper " Vesti ", which published the largest circulation among daily Newspapers in the country – 350 thousand Copies every day. The Verkhovna Rada Committee on state security asked the law enforcement agencies of the country With the demand to stop the " Vesti "newspaper.