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“Those responsible will be brought to justice by all means,” he said.
At the same time, Perebyinis expressed doubt that Russian Channel One cameraman Anatoly Klyan’s death in an attack on a bus with journalists in the Donetsk region was to be blamed on the Ukrainian military.
He stressed that “Ukraine strictly complies with the democratic norms and principles of freedom of the media and is talking all measures to ensure their operation”.
At least three Russian journalists covering developments in Ukraine’s embattled southeastern regions were killed in June. The most recent tragic death of a Russian reporter came on Sunday night.
On June 17, two Russian journalists - Igor Kornelyuk and soundman Anton Voloshin of the VGTRK television company were killed in eastern Ukraine.