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Odessa police did not let journalists to attend Yanukovych's teleconference

25.02.2013, 09:50
A journalist of  Vzglyad iz Odessy web-site was not allowed in the kindergarten № 195 in Odessa, which participated in the televised conference with President Yanukovych within frames of “Dialog with the Country” project on February 22.   

According to the web site, when a journalist tried to go in the kindergarten, the police did not let him.

When asked why they did not allow the journalist to pass, Deputy Head of the Odessa Oblast Interior Ministry Department Dmytro Fuchedzhi said: "There is a quarantine in the kindergarten, you need to go to the polyclinic, take a certificate, and then you have allowed."

"So, the quarantine was declared to stop spreading a plague?" - the journalist asked. - "No, to stop all sorts of idiots from breaking there " – Fuchedzhi answered.

Journalists of several other Odessa editions also could not get into the kindergarten.

The web-site pointed out that nobody informed the journalists of the place and time of the President’s teleconference, and the venue was surrounded by police and SBU employees.

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