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Saturday, March 17, 2018

Ukrainian journalist surprised that his question about the Crimea called “shitty”

The correspondent of the UNIAN in Moscow Roman Tsimbalyuk was surprised by the emotional reaction of the Chapter visited the Crimea delegation of the French Parliament Thierry Mariani to your question. Recall that Mariani sharply besieged Ukrainian journalist who asked how the French paid the Russian government for its position on the Peninsula.

The issue of bribery on the part of Russia was asked during a press conference in Moscow, which was conducted by the French delegation visited the Crimea. Mariani called the question Tsimbalyuk “disgusting” and expressed to reporters his “utter contempt”. The MP said he was ready to answer any political remarks, but given the employee of the Ukrainian media called the issue “frankly, shitty.

“The fact that you can ask such disgusting questions, being here in Russia, indicates that Russia is a free country. Even more disgusting that if we were in Ukraine, I hardly think such issues would have there the opportunity to ask,” – said the Deputy of the French National Assembly (lower house of Parliament).

Subsequently, the correspondent of the UNIAN Agency said that was discouraged by the reaction Mariani. “I thought I would write a little news about the fact that the French deputies refused to answer the question about possible financial remuneration for their position on Crimea. No more,” — said Roman Tsymbalyuk Agency FlashCrimea.

The journalist has admitted that he was “discouraged” when his question is called “shitty” and “disgusting”. Tsymbalyuk even said the French how well the translators conveyed the idea Mariani, to which they answered in the affirmative: the statement of the MP is rude and unacceptable against the press in France.

Ukrainian also noted that Russian journalists applauded the response to Mariani. “I was taken aback. It seems like it was a press conference, not a Congress of the Communist party, where everyone must think the same way. Very strange reaction,” he said.

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