According to Golovanov, he got two subpoenas earlier – one from Prosecutor General Office and another from SBU.
“As a person who is ready to cooperate and who said on air that he was not going to hide anywhere arrived at SBU at 11 am,” NewsOne Chief Producer said.
Golovanov refused from commenting on the questioning. He said he signed a non-disclosure agreement.
At the same time, the Chief Producer supposed it would not be his last interrogation.
“As a prediction – indeed, I think there will be more. In general, I believe that mentioning this case in public, mentioning my name in public, political parties using my photos without me allowing this, and saw, they do, - all this is political pressure on the freedom of speech as one of the basis of democracy. I think it is unacceptable,” he stated.
Kyiv and Moscow were supposed to set a telethon to discuss issues of people in Russia and Ukraine. Yet, right after that, the journalists of NewsOne received threats. Therefore, the telethon was canceled.