Russia says Snake Island soldiers are alive – POLITICO

I am writing to you regarding your coverage of events taking place around Ukraine, which we at the Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the European Union feel are biased towards the government in Ukraine. Kyiv.

POLITICO reported on the famous story of the Ukrainian Snake Island garrison, “Do it yourself,” the Ukrainian soldiers on Snake Island told the Russian ship before being killed” (February 25), as a most notable example. You don’t even care about any Russian claims, supported by video evidence, that “dead heroes of Ukraine” unharmed, have surrendered to Russian troops. Only after the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense announced that the soldiers defending Snake Island were alive and well, did you publish a much less eye-catching follow-up, “Ukrainian soldiers ‘do it yourself’ on the internet. Snake Island is still alive, says the navy” (February 28).

However, later in a opinion piece, “Get ready for a long fight” (March 1), you linked to the original article, bringing shame to yourself and your co-workers. your career, while also captivating the government in Kyiv.

If your journalists can’t find freely accessible videos of safe and healthy Ukrainians, as well as Russia’s views on current developments in and around Ukraine, Permanent Delegation of the Russian Federation in the European Union will gladly provide.

Sergey Kovalevskiy
Press AttachéPermanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the European Union
Brussels Russia says Snake Island soldiers are alive - POLITICO

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