Moscow police detain UNIAN correspondent Roman Tsymbaliuk (video)
Ukrainian journalist Roman Tsymbaliuk, who has an official accreditation of the Russian Foreign Ministry, was detained in Moscow along with his interviewee, a post-graduate student who earlier flew a Ukrainian flag over the Moscow State University dorm.
"We found Zakhar, the hero who flew the Ukrainian flag over Moscow State University on the third anniversary of Crimea annexation. An excellent interview ended with police arrival," the journalist wrote on Facebook.
Read alsoVladimir Putin asked to release Roman Sushchenko"They took my documents, and now we are waiting for the arrival of the chief of the Moscow State University [campus] police," he wrote.
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