In Slovyansk, the journalist of "Komsomolka" was kept in a cell for two days
The correspondent of the newspaper “Komsomolskaya Pravda v Ukrainie”, Yevhenia Suprycheva, spent three days as a prisoner of the Slovyansk separatists. She was detained on the eve of the Easter. She described the details of her detention on the site of the newspaper.
The order to detain Yevhenia was given by the self-proclaimed “mayor” of the city Vyacheslav Ponomarev when he saw her texting to her editor about the mayor of Slovyansk Nelia Shtepa who said she was arrested by the separatists. The journalist was brought to the cell in the city police station. She was held in the cell for two days, and released on April 19.