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The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine has summoned the country’s president, Petro Poroshenko, for questioning about the crimes committed against Maidan activists in January and February of 2014. “A notice has been sent to the president’s administration for November 29,” the head of the Special Investigation Department of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine, Sergiy Gorbatyuk, said on Tuesday, November 15. Poroshenko was invited as a witness.
The fact that high-ranking politicians …
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has stated that Russia will never admit that the former President of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovich, and others were responsible for the suppression of anti-governmental protests during the Maidan movement. Poroshenko said this in a televised address to Ukrainians on the second anniversary of the Maidan Revolution. He also added that the perpetrators of the violence during the protests will be tried in absentia.
Poroshenko has stated that the Verkhovna Rada …
The US State Department issued a press release on February 20th, the second anniversary of the Maidan Revolution in Ukraine, and called for Kiev to accelerate reforms and follow the framework set forth by the IMF.
“The United States calls on Ukraine’s leaders to honor the memory of the Maidan by working together, accelerating reform, and respecting the will of the Ukrainian people who want progress. That means fulfilling the conditions of Ukraine’s IMF program, rooting out corruption, and …
In Kiev, on February 19 – 28, 2016, Canadian doctors will provide free reconstructive surgery to wounded Ukrainian soldiers and Maidan activists.
As a correspondent of UKRINFORM reported, this initiative was organized by the Canadian-Ukrainian Fund in cooperation with the government of Canada. "All operations will be free. It is expected that there will be about 30-40 patients," the Fund informed.
To carry out this mission, the government of Canada has invested 1.2 million Canadian dollars. …
The management of the private French channel, Canal +, refuses to engage in any public discussion regarding the Paul Moreira propaganda film, “Ukraine, Masks of the Revolution.”
"The management has no intention of engaging in an open dialogue concerning discussion of the scandalous and misleading anti-Ukrainian film,” representatives stated.
The original broadcast occurred on the 1st of February, with the channel planning to repeat it the next day.
The film documents the events which …
French reporters who work in Ukraine have published an open letter in which they expressed their outrage regarding the broadcast of a propagandistic movie concerning events in Ukraine by French TV Channel Canal+. “We are reporters who are regularly working in Ukraine. Some of us are constant reporters in Kiev and the surrounding regions, the others regularly visit Ukraine,” they noted at the beginning of the letter.
“On the 1st of February we were shocked by the documentary film by Paul …
The Ukrainian Embassy in France called the movie, The Masks of the Revolution, a pamphlet made according to the worst traditions of misinformation, and appealed to the leadership of the broadcasting channel to take it off the air.
The Ukrainian Embassy in Paris asked the board of directors of the French TV channel Canal + to cancel the screening of the film, The Masks of the Revolution, which depicts the events on the Maidan in February of 2014. The film is scheduled to be aired on February 1 …
On February 1st, one of the largest and most popular private television channels in France will broadcast a movie by French director Paul Moreira called, Ukraine: the Masks of the Revolution.
According to EuroPravda, the movie was shot in the spirit of Russian propaganda and serves to spread information about "extremist nationalist battalions in Ukraine that have become a threat to the government," as well as about the "massacre in Odessa."
The documentary shows violent scenes of the fight on …