Russian TV reporter Kiselev suffers minor injury in Crimea, - media

Source : 112 Ukraine

The journalist widely known to as pro-Kremlin propagandist says he ‘fell accidentally while planting olive trees’ in the occupied peninsula
22:24, 11 May 2017

Dmitriy Kiselev with scars on his face

Dmitriy Kiselev, the director general of RT information agency, widely known to as pro-Kremlin propagandist, came back from the Russian-annexed Crimea with clearly visible scars on his face. According to, he suffered the injury during his time off at a summerhouse in Koktebel, Crimea.  

‘This is merely a temporary change of image, which reflects my position. I planted olive trees in Koktebel; we cared about them so much… I slipped and fell down on a pile of gravel – you can see these cuts from stones. As is known, women like fighters, winners, the men with scars’, he said.    

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