Talks about the Kremlin “heresy”
This process is considered an unprecedented process in the almost military-regulated broadcasting activities of state television with pro-Kremlin and well-paid campaigners. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov described the incident as “heresy” and called on the station management to take care of it. He praised Channel One for its high quality, objective and up-to-date programs.
Macron wants diplomatic protection
The United Nations Office of Human Rights has called on Russia to respect the civil rights of protesters. UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Raveena Shamdasani said in Geneva that women should not be retaliated against for exercising their right to freedom of expression.
French President Emmanuel Macron wants to provide diplomatic protection for a Russian journalist. “We are taking diplomatic steps to ensure that the (French) embassy protects her,” Macron said at a reception for Ukrainian refugees. He wants to talk about it “very directly” in his next phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin. “France condemns the imprisonment of journalists,” Macron said.
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Imprisoned Kremlin critic Alexej Navalny has recently called for protests against the war and welcomed the protests. Her spokeswoman Kira Jormish wrote on Twitter: “Wow, the girl is cool.” Jormish uploaded the video, which was quickly viewed by more than 2.6 million people. Navalny’s team announced their support for the TV editor.
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