In the Kremlin declared an unchanged attitude towards Ukraine as a threat for journalists of the country
Moscow. May 31. INTERFAX.RU — the situation with the journalist Arkady Babchenko does not change Russia’s attitude to Ukraine as a country where journalists can be dangerous, said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.
“History, at least, strange. And I don’t know how the end justifies the means in this story. Thank God the man is alive. But it doesn’t change our attitude to Ukraine as to a country where a journalist can be dangerous,” Peskov said to journalists on Thursday, commenting on the situation.
He added: “that is, The fact the situation doesn’t change, it probably only changes the fact that, thank God, this man was still alive. But otherwise nothing to comment”.
On the eve it became clear that Babchenko, about the death which assassinated announced the Ukrainian authorities, alive. He came to the briefing to the security Service of Ukraine and said that he participated in the special operation of the SBU to prevent terrorist attacks.
The head of the security Service of Ukraine Vasily Gritsak has informed on detention in Kiev, the organizer of the attempt on Babchenko. According to him, the man invited his friend the participant of military operations in Eastern Ukraine, $30 million and gave him as a Deposit of $15 thousand for the direct execution of the crime to which he agreed. Hrytsak also claimed that the attack on the journalist was committed by the order of Russian special services.