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He also noted that the journalist’s appeal will be posted on the Internet soon.
The broadcaster’s press service reported earlier that correspondent Denis Kulaga was shell-shocked and sustained hearing loss. There was no immediate information on the state of health of the cameraman.
The journalists were covering a story on how self-defense forces in the region were tracking down artillery spotters from the pro-Kiev military forces.
Fierce military attacks of the pro-Kiev forces on the country’s southeastern regions resumed after Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko terminated ceasefire in the embattled regions, primarily in Donetsk and Luhansk.
Anatoly Klyan, 68, was among other journalists on a bus with mothers of military conscripts going to a pro-Kiev military unit in the Donetsk Region to demand the off-duty release of their sons, when the vehicle came under gunfire. Klyan, who worked as a cameraman for state-run television broadcaster Channel One, sustained a lethal gun wound in the abdomen and died upon his hospitalization.
Two correspondents from Russian state television and radio broadcasting company VGTRK, special correspondent Igor Kornelyuk and sound engineer Anton Voloshin, were killed near the eastern Ukrainian city of Luhansk on June 17.