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SBU received letter from Council for National Security and Defense high official demanding to bring journalist of “1+1” to responsibility

30.01.2018, 15:47
The Security Service of Ukraine reported that the address of vice-secretary of the Council of National Security and Defense Oleh Hladkovskyi about alleged actions that can constitute high treason by investigative journalist Oleksander Dubynskyi will be considered based on established procedure. This was reported to “Detector media” by SBU speaker Olena Hitlianska. The special service confirmed that they received the letter in question from Hladkovskyi. “We are bound by law to process it. We are processing all addresses according to the procedure established by law. For now, it is too early to comment on what will be the resulting decision”, Hitlianska said. Hladkovskyi himself, in response to request from the channel “1+1”, also confirmed that he sent a request to the head of SBU to include information about Dubynskyi's actions that can constitute an offense specified in part 1, article 259 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine “Knowingly misinforming about threats to safety of citizens, destruction or damaging of property”, and criminal offense described in part 1, article 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine “High Treason”, to the Unified register of pre-trial investigations. Hladkovskyi commented in his address to the reporters of TSN that his request is about Oleksander Dubynskyi personally, as the material that caused him to do it was published at the web-site of the journalist, not in the media outlet, and it is “in no way related to the channel “1+1”, or to the journalistic program “Hroshi”. The reason for such request was a series of publications “Eat the fish and sit in CNSD”, published on the website of Dubynskyi dubinsky.pro, where suspicions are expressed that Mr. Hladkovskyi cooperates with Russian special services.
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