Gordon interviewed Donetsk militant Girkin, Russian lawmaker Poklonskaya on his own initiative

Source : 112 Ukraine

The Security Service of Ukraine analyze the information provided by these interviews
17:39, 19 May 2020

Journalist Dmytro Gordon and DPR militant Igor Girkin
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Journalist Dmytro Gordon decided to interview lawmaker of Russia’s State Duma, ex-prosecutor of occupied Crimea Natalia Poklonskaya and former so-called defense minister of Donetsk People's Republic Igor Girkin on his own initiative. The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) considers them as possible extra evidence of the Russian aggression against Ukraine as the SBU reported on Facebook.

“All information announced in these interviews is analyzed in detail by the SBU employees concerning its use as extra evidence of seizure of the territory of Ukraine by Russia and factual beginning of the war in the east of our state,” the message said.

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Earlier, Gordon published the statement that he held the interviews under the auspices of the Ukrainian special services and flash disks with materials were sent to the Hague as evidence in the case of the annexation of Crimea and military aggression in Donbas.

These interviews raised a sharp reaction of the society and led to the protests near the office of Gordon’s agency.

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