Declarations of Kiev on security guarantees correspondents, who received special accreditation Ukrainian authorities are excuses and attempts to absolve themselves of responsibility for iniquity relatively authorized the media, said the head of the Union of journalists of the Russian capital, the chief editor of " Komsomolets " Pavel Gusev.
on the first day of the week the speaker of the information centre of the Council of national security and defense of Ukraine Andriy Lysenko after the message about the death of another journalist in the East said that media Workers are able to feel secure in the Eastern regions, if they receive accreditation in the Service of state security.
" This is not a guarantee, but an attempt to plead and to disavow the criminal activities they carry out relatively correspondents. This prohibition of work of correspondents, deprivation of accreditation, the expulsion of correspondents, then they claim - register and we will defend. It's all a lie, " said Gusev Last news on the first day of the week.
" There are no security guarantees they provide not have the opportunity. They have so today scattered units and forces acting on the Ukrainian authorities that watch someone would shoot - regular troops, nationalist or fascist elements that are there, it is impossible ", - he explained.
Gusev said that in international practice, a state which declares that goes on a democratic path, most importantly protect the democratic norms, and journalism and freedom of speech is " the basis of a democratic country."
The cameraman of the First channel of Russian television Anatoly Clan died at night on Monday, having got under fire near Donetsk Together with colleagues from other channels. First in Ukraine the journalist of " Vesti " Igor Korneluk and video engineer VGTRK Anton Voloshin lost their lives as a result of a mortar attack near the city of Lugansk in Eastern Ukraine.