Joint project of Ministry of Informational Policy and Ministry of Defense resulted into two films, 15 articles, and 18 video reportages. These materials appeared in CNN, Polsat, AFP, Daily Signal, London Evening Standard, The Independent, Newsweek, Business Ukraine, Cenzor.Net, Novoye vryemya, Inter, and Radio Liberty, as states the press office of the Ministry of Informational Policy.
The initiative was launched May 25, 2015. In July it was reported that more than 30 media professionals from foreign mass media (U.S., China, France) participated in this program and provided positive feedback. The four areas of accommodation for Embedded Journalists currently are Shyrokyne, Pisky, Avdiivka, and Shchastya. No more than 2 representatives of a media outlet can be embedded at one time.
“Embedded journalism” covers the conflict in Donbas, and the materials are broadcasted worldwide by foreign and Ukrainian journalists, who work at the forefront to shed light on the course of events, shelling of Ukrainian posts and civilians, and regular Minsk violations, carried out by the Russian-backed militants.