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Putin dismisses accusations against LifeNews journalists as "delirium and nonsense"

May 21, 2014, 15:54 UTC+3 SHANGHAI
Earlier, Deputy secretary of the Ukrainian National Security Council Viktoria Syumar accused the Russian journalists of provoking the spread of terrorism in the Donetsk region
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SHANGHAI, May 21./ITAR-TASS/. President Putin has dismissed as "nonsense and delirium" the speculations that the LifeNews journalists detained in Ukraine had been smuggling weapons.

Earlier, Deputy secretary of the Ukrainian National Security Council Viktoria Syumar accused the Russian journalists of provoking the spread of terrorism in the Donetsk region.

Ukrainian law enforcers detained Sidyakin and Saichenko near the city of Kramatorsk. Last time journalists came on the line in the afternoon on Sunday, May 18. On Monday, deputy secretary of the Ukrainian National Security and Defence Council Viktoria Syumar accused detained Russian journalists of instigating terrorism in east Ukraine’s Donetsk region.

A video message of Marat Saichenko detained LifeNews journalist in Ukraine was uploaded on the Internet on Wednesday. Channel guidelines does not exclude that it was recorded under pressure. 

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Detention of Russian journalists near Ukraine's Kramatorsk © AP/TASS TV

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