Ukraine's SBU searches Kiev offices of Russia Today and RIA Novosti


It was established that in spring 2014, when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea, Vyshinsky produced anti-Ukrainian materials and received a medal "For the Return of Crimea" from Russian President Vladimir Putin, the SBU said.

Relations between Moscow and Kiev soured in 2014 when Russian Federation annexed Ukraine's Crimea and threw its weight behind separatists in jap Ukraine.

As a justification for the raid, Ukraine's Prosecutor-General Yuriy Lutsenko called the editorial policy of RIA Ukraine and Vyshinsky in particular "anti-Ukrainian" in nature, amounting to "state treason".

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A spokeswoman for the SBU, Elena Gitlyanskaya confirmed that the SBU conducted searches at the Kiev office of Russian news agency RIA Novosti today. "That was the reason for the searches". "I am sure that during the summer session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly the Russian delegation will call for condemnation of journalists' detention", Slutsky told reporters.

A lawyer of chief of RIA Novosti's Kyiv office Kirill Vyshinsky, who was detained on May 15 and was indicted on charges of high treason in Ukraine, has said his client is being transferred by Ukrainian law enforcers from Kyiv to Kherson for hearings on a preventive measure.

She said that more details would be made public later.

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In a statement published on the website of the ministry the spokeswoman said that Kiev had intensified "repressive activities in the information space, ranging from attacks on and deportation of Russian and foreign journalists from Ukraine to provocations against Russian diplomats on worldwide media platforms". "This is not the first time when the Kiev regime tramples on fundamental rights and freedoms, persecutes journalists..." RTs editor-in-chief, Margarita Simonyan, linked the raids and arrest to the opening of the bridge.

Another journalist, Andrey Borodin, the head of the Ukraine-based office of RIA Novosti, said that searches at his home lasted for 11 hours on Tuesday.

The Ukrainian government has intensified its attempts to weaken Russia's influence on its population through the Russian state media, which Kiev claims Moscow uses to stir up anti-Ukrainian sentiment and foment hostilities.

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Ukraine had already banned the distribution of the main Russian TV channels on its territory, blocked the main Russian social networks and expelled several Russian journalists from its territory.