Marina Ovsyannikova answered the “main questions of Ukrainians” to her

Marina Ovsyannikova answered the “main questions of Ukrainians” to her

Russian journalist Marina Ovsyannikova answered the claims of Ukrainian residents. A former employee of Channel One stated that she does not consider herself a propagandist.

– I am not a propagandist, in the editorial office of Channel One I was engaged in international broadcasts. I never wrote propaganda texts or aired them,” she wrote on her Facebook on Tuesday morning.

The journalist also said that she got off with a fine in Moscow for an anti-war poster broadcast live on Channel One, since, in her opinion, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, French leader Emmanuel Macron and “American politicians” stood up for her.

Ovsyannikova also stated that she does not demand the lifting of sanctions from Russia and does not cooperate with the FSB, since she is “not stupid.”

– I do not demand the lifting of sanctions. Apparently they are still not enough, since the war continues. … I do not cooperate with the FSB (if I cooperated with the Russian special services, I would be as dumb as Boshirov and Petrov, who walked around Salisbury, admired the cathedral and at the same time hounded the Skripals), she wrote.

Marina Ovsyannikova also stated that the war in Ukraine is the collective fault of the Russians, that Ukrainians and Russians are not fraternal peoples, and she is not a “good Russian”, but a Ukrainian.

On June 1, Marina Ovsyannikova, a former employee of Channel One, was going to give a press conference in Kyiv about how Russian propaganda works. The event was canceled due to “negative feedback”. Ovsyannikova told Meduza that she had been in Ukraine for five days, from May 27 to May 31. First she went to Odessa, where she was born, and then to Kyiv.

After arriving in Ukraine, Marina Ovsyannikova ended up in the Peacemaker base. The Center for Counteracting Disinformation under the National Security and Defense Council called her an agent of influence of Russian propaganda. Minister of Culture and Information Policy Alexander Tkachenko called for the journalist to be banned from entering the country.

In mid-March, Marina Ovsyannikova burst into the studio of Channel One with calls not to believe the propaganda and stop the war. After leaving Russian television, the journalist was hired by the German publication WELT.

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