Court of Lviv arrested expelled from Russia journalist Boyko
KYIV, January 18. /TASS/. Galitsky Lviv district court chose a measure of restraint in the form of detention for a period of two months previously expelled from Russia of Ukrainian journalist Olena Boyko. This was announced by the office of the security Service of Ukraine in Lviv region.
“Anti-Ukrainian propagandist Elena Boyko elected a measure of restraint — detention for 60 days,” — said the Agency Facebook.
On the eve of the journalist was expelled from Russia for violating rules of stay in territory of the Russian Federation by the decision of Preobrazhenskiy court of Moscow. After that, she was immediately detained by the SBU and the Kharkov court arrested her, sending him to the jail of the city.
Is quickly known criticism of the policies of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. Ukrainian law enforcers are investigating the case against her for incitement to violation of territorial integrity of the country.