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Deputy CEO of ATR TV channel claimed "terrorist" in Russia

Source : 112 Ukraine

He is charged with "public calls for terrorist activities, public acquittal or propaganda of terrorism"
13:43, 23 May 2020

Aider Muzhdabaev, deputy director general of ATR
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Aider Muzhdabayev, deputy director general of ATR TV channel said that he was officially recognized as a terrorist in the Russian Federation.

He said this on Twitter, adding documents from the Moscow Bar and a court order, as Ukrinform reports.

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"I accept congratulations! Now, like many other residents of the Crimea and Ukraine, I am officially a terrorist in the Russian Federation. I am grateful to Russians for such an award, I appreciate it, I am proud," Muzhdabayev wrote.

According to the document, he is charged with "public calls for terrorist activities, public acquittal or propaganda of terrorism".

The court ruling indicated that the reason for this decision was a Facebook post on August 8, 2018, in which Muzhdabayev wrote about the need to release the-then political prisoner Oleg Sentsov through "physical punishment" of Russian agents.

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