Ukraine calls on UK police to conduct investigation into the "terrorist activity" in eastern Ukraine of a pro-Russian propagandist, British national Graham Phillips.
"We condemn brutal, immoral attack of #RU propagandist @GrahamWP_UK agnst @GeoEmbLondon @tberuch. We hope that UK police will conduct investigation of this attack as well as his terrorist activity in Eastern UA based on materials we sent to @foreignoffice," Embassy of Ukraine to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland wrote on Twitter.
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According to Georgian 1TV channel, pro-Russian provocateur and propagandist Graham Phillips broke into the building of the Embassy of Georgia in London where the exhibition was held dedicated to the Russian war against Georgia in 2008. He was immediately arrested by local police.
Georgian Ambassador to the UK Tamara Beruchashvili said the embassy became the victim of Russian aggression as a man with a camera had suddenly broken in and behaved aggressively, shouting out that the event was a Georgian propaganda stunt.