The chief editor of “KP” called the situation around the newspaper in Belarus arbitrary :: Politics :: RBC

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In Belarus, the website of the branch of the Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper was blocked. Later, the journalist “KP” Gennady Mozheiko, who wrote about the anti-terrorist raid, during which a KGB officer was killed, ended up in an isolation ward in Minsk.

The most correct word to describe the situation around the Belarusian editorial office of Komsomolskaya Pravda is “arbitrariness”. This was stated by the editor-in-chief of Komsomolskaya Pravda, Vladimir Sungorkin, on the air of Radio KP.

The Ministry of Information of Belarus on September 29 made a decision to block the Belarusian site “KP”. Later it became known that the journalist of the publication Gennady Mozheiko, who wrote material about the murders of the KGB officer and 31-year-old employee of the IT company EPAM Systems Andrei Zeltser, was placed in a pre-trial detention center in Minsk.

“This is some kind of arbitrariness, this is some kind of inadequate reaction to an absolutely innocent note,” he said, expressing bewilderment as to what caused this arbitrariness. According to him, “Komsomolskaya Pravda” “quite correctly” covers everything that happens in Belarus.

Zakharova declared the need to respect the rights of journalists in Belarus

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