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MOSCOW, May 06, /ITAR-TASS/. Security Service of Ukraine is engineering a provocation against Russian TV reporters who are covering the tragic events in the southeast of the much-troubled former Soviet republic, Kirill Kleimyonov, the director of news programs at Channel One (Pervy) told Itar-Tass quoting officials at the Ukrainian agencies of law and order who were unwilling to fulfill criminal orders.
“Ukraine’s Security Service has obtained medicines of some kind that are forbidden in Ukraine but are allowed in Russia so as plant on into the rooms in a Kharkov hotel where the reporters are accommodated,” he said.
Kleimyonov said that, according to his sources, the masterminds of the provocation are targeting the crews of Rossiya Channel’s Vesti newscast and Channel One (Pervy).