Fighters of the nationalist battalion “Azov” has blocked the editorial office of “inter” in Kiev, demanding to ban the “Russian propaganda” on TV. Earlier “inter” appeared in the scandal center because of foul language editor, presented during the story about the “Heavenly hundred”.
At the moment, blocked all entrances to the building, reports “Корреспондент.net”. Protesters are chanting: “No Russian propaganda”, “inter, Wake up!” and “inter – mouthpiece of the Kremlin”.
The participants of the blockade, demand the leadership of the channel to reconsider its editorial policy. “At least for a while stop the mouthpiece of the Kremlin propaganda!”, – written by representatives of the “Azov” on the page in social network “Vkontakte”.
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Our Kiev published on 25 February 2016
The head of the security service of “inter” invited the activists inside, but those left to wait for the representatives of the channel outside, to give them their demands. Meanwhile, “residents of Azov” has promised to extend its action to other Ukrainian cities.
We will remind that on the eve of Russian journalist Maria Stolyarov, who worked as a chief editor of the program “Podrobnosti” on “inter” channel, was expelled from Ukraine for insulting “the memory of the Heavenly Hundred”.
During the broadcast from the center of Kiev interviews with some relatives of the fallen activists of Maidan, probably pressed the wrong button and the whole of the Ukraine sounded obscene phrase: “Come on, let’s finish this …”. Addressed to Marina replica not working “in the field” journalist, and someone in the control room. However, the “nationalist audience” such explanations are not staged.
In particular, the adviser to the interior Minister of Ukraine Zoryan Shkiriak in Facebook published a photo of the carpenter depicted in the company of militia DND, which she calls “the polite force” and “favorite guys”. In the end, the journalist was fired. On Wednesday evening, the security Service of Ukraine sent Stolyarov from Ukraine, banning her entry in the country for five years.