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MOSCOW, September 16 /TASS/. Ukraine’s sanctions against Russian journalists are an example of political and state lawlessness, Pavel Gusev, the head of the Moscow Union of Journalists, said on Wednesday.
"I believe it is political and state lawlessness when a war is declared on journalists. There can be political differences and hatred of Russian politicians and companies but journalists is a different profession," Gusev said.
Ukrainian President Pyotr Poroshenko extended the list of Ukrainian sanctions against Russia on Wednesday.