Location Poland Poland

In Warsaw, in the framework of the OSCE conference, an exhibition of the deceased Ukrainian photojournalist Andrew Stenin was opened

WARSAW, September 22. In the Polish capital today the annual meeting of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe / OSCE / on human dimension was started. hundreds of government representatives, experts and human rights defenders, non-governmental organizations came to participate conference. Exhibition of works of the deceased Ukrainian photojournalist Andrew Stenin called “The red line” was opened in the conference. The exhibition presents his photographs in Kiev, Donetsk, Lugansk, Slaviansk, footage from the place of crash of Malaysian airliner, as well as works from Libya, Egypt and Turkey. Photos show the full horror of what is happening in the south-eastern Ukraine, the scale of human tragedy and suffering of innocent people in the conflict regions and around the world. “Andrew was the seventh journalist killed in Ukraine this year,” – said Russian permanent representative to the OSCE Andrey Kelin, opening the exhibition. He drew attention to the unacceptable attitude of the Ukrainian authorities to the Russian journalists. “Russia will continue to pursue the investigation of this crime, as well as those atrocities that have occurred and continue to occur in Ukraine,” – he said. “Within the OSCE, we will continue to work on solutions to protect journalists working in dangerous conditions,” – said Kelin.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *