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Zelensky said that because of Mykhaylo Tkach he had no place to rest in Kyiv

26.11.2021, 18:09
Photo credits: Sevgil Hayretdın Qızı Musaieva
Photo credits: Sevgil Hayretdın Qızı Musaieva

During the press marathon, the President Volodymyr Zelensky complained that due to the work of journalists, there was no place in Kyiv where he could rest.

Zelensky commented on the investigation of Mykhaylo Tkach, a journalist with Ukrayinska Pravda, into the tumultuous celebration of the anniversary of OP Chairman Andriy Yermak at the state residence in Huta, as Detektor Media reported.

“I have every right to rest sometimes. Thanks to you, I no longer have a place in Kyiv where I can repose myself. This is wrong. I am a human being and I have a right, Mikhaylo. Thanks to you, none of my children can walk unescorted. My kids celebrate almost nothing anywhere, ” as Zelensky said.

As IMI reported earlier, on November 26, at the press marathon, the head of state accused the editor-in-chief of Censor.net of deaths in Donbas due to publication of a video of a Bayraktar drone.

Volodymyr Zelensky also found that the situation inside Ukraine was "destabilized, among others things, thanks to" the talk show of journalist Savik Shuster on the Ukraina TV channel.

 

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