Kremlin's Propaganda Mouthpieces. Ukrainian Media Calls on the International Community to Punish Russian Propagandists

Kremlin's Propaganda Mouthpieces. Ukrainian Media Calls on the International Community to Punish Russian Propagandists

2 Листопада 2022
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2 Листопада 2022
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Kremlin's Propaganda Mouthpieces. Ukrainian Media Calls on the International Community to Punish Russian Propagandists

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Ukrainian media called on the international journalistic organizations and national media associations of the world to keep putting pressure on the governments and international institutions to recognize all representatives of the Kremlin's deception machine guilty of the genocide of the Ukrainian people and crimes against peace and security of mankind.
Kremlin's Propaganda Mouthpieces. Ukrainian Media Calls on the International Community to Punish Russian Propagandists
Kremlin's Propaganda Mouthpieces. Ukrainian Media Calls on the International Community to Punish Russian Propagandists

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Ukrainian media called on the international community to bring to justice Russian propagandists who are responsible for barbaric crimes in Ukraine as well as the direct perpetrators – the Russian military and their command. 

Detector Media presents the full text of the statement:

In light of the ongoing full-scale aggression of the terrorist country of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, we, representatives of the Ukrainian media, call on the international community to bring to justice not only the servicemen of the Russian invading army but also the so-called "journalists" who are in reality the mouthpieces of Kremlin propaganda.

The responsibility for the barbaric crimes committed by the Russian invaders on the territory of independent Ukraine lies not only with their direct perpetrators but also with the propagandists who fuel the spiral of hatred towards the entire Ukrainian people.

Olga Skabeeva, Vladimir Solovyov, Dmitry Kiselev, Margarita Simonyan are just the tip of the iceberg of a pack of liars and raiders pretending to be journalists. They are backed by hundreds, if not thousands, of workers of the modern Goebbels machine.

Incitement of ethnic hatred, fraud, lies, disinformation, and justification of the murders of tens of thousands of innocent people cannot be considered journalism, and the state-run Russian propaganda centers will never be mass media. Every Russian propagandist who has contributed to the existence of this factory of evil must be brought to justice by an international tribunal.

This year's Congress of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) in Oman acknowledged that "Most of the Russian media incite hysteria and hatred", and the Congress of the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) noted that among "those responsible for fomenting war... are journalists, managers, employees of federal and local media who deliberately worked and are working to strengthen the dictatorial regime, violating all professional standards".

We call on the international journalistic organizations and national media associations of the world to keep putting pressure on governments and international institutions to recognize all representatives of the Kremlin's deception machine guilty of the genocide of the Ukrainian people and crimes against the peace and security of mankind.

Today, the world journalistic community is facing a dramatic choice - to withstand the onslaught of propaganda and preserve the profession, and the trust of its audience, or... to allow propagandists to continue to call themselves journalists and mock journalistic standards.

Still... Light will triumph over darkness! Just as Truth will vanquish deceit!

Signatures: 

  • Nataliya Lyhachova, Detector Media

  • Oksana Romaniuk, Institute of Mass Information

  • Oleksiy Pohorielov, Commission on Journalism Ethics

  • Serhiy Tomilenko, National Union of Journalists of Ukraine

  • Serhiy Shturkhetskyi, Independent Media Trade Union of Ukraine

  • Tetiana Lebedieva, Honorary Chair of the National Media Association, member of the Commission on Journalism Ethics

  • Vadym Miskyi, program director at NGO Detector Media, member of the Supervisory Board of Public Broadcasting

  • Marianna Popovych, Independent Media Trade Union of Ukraine

  • Bohdan Onufryk, Honored Journalist of Ukraine

  • Nataliya Zubar, NGO IC Maidan Monitoring

  • Oksana Panasivska, National Media Association

  • Kostiantyn Kvurt, Chairman of the Board, NGO Internews Ukraine

  • Oksana Pidnebesna, Editor-in-Chief of the Syla Hromad website

  • Yuriy Honcharenko, co-founder of the Mizhmorya Information Center, NGO Foundation for Democracy Assistance

  • Hanna Horpynych, journalist, grant manager at YouControl

  • Serhiy Smalchuk, journalist, poet, host on Kyiv TV channel

  • Ivan Melnyk, Chornomorski Novyny newspaper, Odesa

  • Serhiy Kutniakov, editor, head of the NGO Country of Success

  • Victoriya Alieksieyenko, community newspaper Raytsentr, Odesa Region, Tatarbunary city

  • Petro Kobevko, Chas newspaper, Chernivtsi

  • Dmytro Tarasiuk, Honored Journalist of Ukraine, Head of the Rivne Regional Organization of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine

  • Oksana Filipova, National Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine

  • Volodymyr Henyk, journalist at Chornomorski Novyny, Odesa

  • Serhiy Medynskyi, retired military journalist, freelancer, member of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine

  • Khrystyna Stebelska, Public Broadcasting of Ukraine

  • Olena Demchenko, investigative journalism project manager, RDPI

  • Valentyna Okhlopkova, Head of the Board, NGO Corpus Spravedlyvosti

  • Olha Musafirova, Ukrainian correspondent of Novaya Gazeta. Europe

  • Artem Chapai, writer and reporter, Texty.org.ua, rifleman in the Armed Forces of Ukraine

  • Oleksandra Matviychuk, head of the Center for Civil Liberties

  • Volodymyr Lysenko, Panorama newspaper

  • Volodymyr Danyliuk, Secretary of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine

  • Dmytro Tuzov, journalist, host at Radio NV, member of the Independent Media Council

  • Oksana Brovko, Director, Association of Independent Regional Publishers of Ukraine

  • Yana Stoykova, Public Broadcasting

  • Yulia Vinokur, TV-4 television company

  • Svitlana Koliada, journalist, TV host, producer, head of Preview youth television studio

  • Larysa Honcharenko, Voice of Ukraine newspaper of the Verkhovna Rada

  • Serhiy Yaryhin, head of the Toloka Association NGO

  • Serhiy Mamayev, TV editor, producer, media coach, YouTube creator

  • Tetiana Bilyk-Burchak, investigative journalism project Osoblyvyi Pohliad (Channel 5)

  • Petro Dovhoshyia, Honored Journalist of Ukraine, editor of the Halytskyi Visnyk Plus newspaper (Borshchiv)

  • Rayisa Matsiuk, editor at Editorial Office of the Nash Krai Newspaper company

  • Dmytro Markovskyi, head editor of the Kyivvlada online media

  • Ihor Darmostuk, editor-in-chief of the Kyivvlada online media

  • Anton Podlutskyi, co-founder of the Kyivvlada portal

  • Olena Osmolovska, CEO of TOV Yurydychna Hazeta

  • Violeta Hromova, editor-in-chief at TOV Light Press Ukraine

The Statement is open for signatures. To add your signature, please send a declaration of support for the Statement of the Ukrainian media community to info@detector.media in the following format: First Name/Last Name/Organization (media)

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