One of Inter television channel leaders expelled from Ukraine and banned entry for 5 years

Source : 112 Ukraine

Igor Shuvalov commented on the prohibition to enter Ukraine
20:31, 22 May 2017

Igor Shuvalov, Deputy Director of Development at National Information Systems company, which is producing news programs for Inter TV channel, was ordered out of the Ukrainian State and prohibited entry for 5 years. This was reported on Facebook by Anton Herashchenko, MP from People's Front faction.

"Today Russian propagandist, actual leader of Inter information service, was expelled from the country by Ukrainian border guards with the prohibition to enter for 5 years," he wrote.

The message also reads that according to operative data, anti-Ukrainian activity of Shuvalov was used by Russian special services. Also, the culprit was also engaged in large-scale action to disrupt European integration reforms in Ukraine. MP claims that Shuvalov is actively participating in promoting Russia as the only descendant of "victorious countries which fought fascism in the Great Patriotic War".  

Herashchenko also noted that Security Service of Ukraine (SSU) already instructed to expel Shuvalov in 2014. The decision was cancelled, however, under the pressure of Inter co-owners on former SSU Head, Valentyn Nalyvaichenko, thus Shuvalov continued his Russian propaganda mission for three years, by actually managing the whole information bloc of Inter," Herashchenko summoned.

Soon enough Inter's website channel published Shuvalov’s message saying that prohibition on entry into Ukraine is connected with battle in Ukrainian politics.

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