Ukrainskaya Pravda journalist Mikhail Tkach said that he was attacked while filming near a restaurant in the village of Kozin, Kyiv region. UP posted a video.
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According to the publication, on Friday, November 17, at about 23:20, journalists were filming near the Tandoor restaurant, where they noticed, in particular, former high-ranking employees of the Office of the Prosecutor General.
“There were a lot of cars near the restaurant. When the security of one of the visitors noticed the filming, they started shining their high beams and blocking the journalists’ cars,” the UP reported.
Tkach said that he got out of the car and said that he was a journalist.
“The guards started blocking me, and one came up and hit the cell, and also hit me,” Tkach said.
- On June 6, 2023, the UP published an investigation into how officials relax in Kyiv restaurants during curfew. The material stated that some establishments in the capital operate under curfew, and their work does not stop even during Russian attacks on Kyiv.
- On October 4, Tkach’s investigation was published about how the Kiev Boho Club restaurant continues to operate from night to morning, despite the curfew, and law enforcement officers ignore it.
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