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Russian propaganda channel NTV reports two employees being wounded in Ukraine

13.06.2024, 15:59

The Russian propaganda channel NTV reported on Telegram that their employees have been wounded in the occupied village Holmivsky (Donetsk oblast).

The first report mentioned three employees: the "correspondent" Alexey Ivleyev and two more.

Alexey Ivleyev, employee of the propaganda channel NTV / Photo by NTV on Telegram

The channel's second post mentioned Ivleyev and the cameraman Valeriy Kozhin. The third person injured was an unnamed escorting officer.

In the comments to the post, users have noted that the NTV employees were dressed in camouflage, which made them easily mistaken for soldiers.

A person in military uniform is considered a combatant, while journalists label their clothes with "PRESS" stickers.

Also, in accordance with Ukraine's law, all checkpoints along the segment of the Ukraine–Russia border adjacent to the occupied territories are currently closed. They are closed in Crimea as well. The occupied territories can only be legally from the Ukraine-controlled side with an appropriate permit. The Russian figures arriving in the occupied territories for making propaganda or providing material support to the Russian army have no such permit.

As IMI reported, on June 10, 2024, Russia's Belgorod region governor Vyacheslav Gladkov reported that a cameraman with the propaganda TV channel "Rossiya 24" exploded on a mine in Shebekino (Russia).

In May, a cameraman with the propaganda broadcaster VGTRK, Alexander Pushin, was wounded in Vovchansk (Kharkiv oblast).

In November 2023, he Russian propagandist, so-called war correspondent for "Rossiya 24", Boris Maksudov, died on the way to the hospital after coming under fire in Zaporizhzhia oblast, where he had arrived illegally.

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