The correspondent of the Ukrainian UNIAN agency in Russia Roman Tsymbalyuk said that he left the country because of a “security threat”.
“I left the Russian Federation because I believe that there is a threat to my personal safety,” he said in an interview with the Hromadske newspaper published on Monday. He explained his fears by the fact that in December he was summoned to the “Moscow prosecutor’s office”. However, he admitted that he learned about this alleged summons from the media, and on the day his lawyer was called, “someone” in the prosecutor’s office “said that they had withdrawn the summons”.
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