Ukraine: President Poroshenko condemns leak of journalist data



    Ukraine: President Poroshenko condemns leak of journalist data

    June 3, Keiv: Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has condemned the leak of the names and contact information for thousands of journalists who have reported from rebel-controlled eastern Ukraine, reports said.

    The May publication by hackers from a group called Myrotvorets has raised concerns about the safety of the journalists, many of them from international media organizations.

    According to media reports, some Ukrainian officials, including the interior minister, have welcomed the publication and have accused the journalists of accessory to terrorism.

    Poroshenko on Friday told reporters that the publication was a "big mistake" and called for a probe into the leak. Poroshenko, however, called on journalists not to write "negative articles" about Ukraine and said some Russian reporters from the lists made "criminal things."

    The Oslo Times

     
     

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