Ukrainian journalist Roman Tsymbalyuk said that he was released from the Moscow police Department.
“Thank you to everyone who was worried we were released. The first time was in office for 36 years 🙂 And sober”, – he wrote in a message on his page in Facebook.
Earlier, the speaker of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Marian Betz called the detention of the Ukrainian journalist Roman Tsimbalyuk in Moscow as a provocation of Russia.
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Head of the Department of consular service of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Vasily Kirilich has informed that the Embassy of Ukraine in the Russian Federation confirms the fact of detention of the correspondent of the Ukrainian news Agency UNIAN Roman Tsimbalyuk in Moscow.
Before that, on his arrest in Moscow, said Roman Tsymbalyuk on his page in Facebook. According to the journalist, he was detained after an interview with a graduate student historical fakulta Moscow state University male by Sarapulova.
Later Tsymbalyuk added that he spent in the police station for two hours and within an hour it needs to go.
Earlier media reported that the graduate of historical faculty of the Moscow state University on the anniversary of the annexation of Crimea – March 18 – waving the Ukrainian flag from the window of his Dorm room.
“By the FSB started questioning – who is working for whom, who paid you. Forced to turn on laptop through the phone and the camera. Especially didn’t hit him in the head only an open palm, in case several times poked a pointed MOP, which left cuts and abrasions,” said one graduate student.
After two hours of interrogation of a graduate student forced to write dictation a receipt saying that he “agrees to work as an informant.”
According to the report, 20 March Sarapulov recorded the beating, and the 21st – appealed to the human rights organization “Committee for the prevention of torture”.
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