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Moscow police detained Ukrainian journalist Roman Tsymbalyuk
22:26, 21 March 2017
Moscow police detained Ukrainian journalist Roman Tsymbalyuk

"We were detained, taken to local police station to check the "legality" of the filming," - he wrote

22:26, 21 March 2017

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Ukrainian journalist and correspondent of UNIAN Roman Tsymbalyuk, was detained in Moscow (Russia). About this he informed on his Facebook page.

"We found the hero Zakhar, who hanged Ukrainian flag at the Moscow State University on the day of third anniversary of Crimea annexation, and we have made an excellent interview ended with the arrival of police. They took my documents and we are now waiting for the arrival of the police chief of Moscow State University.

Later, the journalist reported that Russian law enforcement officers detained him and taken him to the police station.

"We were detained and taken to the local police station to check the "legality" of the filming, I'm for the first time in a police car. The accreditation of the Russian Foreign Ministry did not work. Police said that we shouted slogans and maybe held a rally," he said.
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