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“These photos are horrifying and saddening, but the whole world must see Russia’s war crimes against innocent civilians in Ukraine. Russia will have to answer for this,” said the Acting Trustee V of the Ukrainian Embassy in Prague. Usatyi, yesterday at the opening of the exhibition “Mariupolis Siege”. Last of the journalists in the occupied city. “
Ukrainian photographers E. Chernov and M. Maloletka has been photographing Mariupolis siege since the beginning of the Russian invasion. Shocking video testimonies have surfaced in the media around the world. The authors of photographs, whose works testify to Russia’s most brutal war crimes, have shown the whole world the complete opposite of what Russian propaganda trumpets. Because of this, the photographers ended up in Russia’s black lists, disguised as doctors were forced to hide in the Mariupol hospital, from which Ukrainian soldiers were eventually evacuated. A. Chernov and M. Maloletka were the last journalists in the besieged city of Mariupolis.
The exhibition is exhibited at the Czech Photo Center gallery (Seydlerova 2835/4, Prague 5). She will be waiting for visitors until 2022. 4th of December.
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“These photos are frightening and sad, but the whole world needs to see Russia’s war crimes against innocent civilians in Ukraine. Russia will have to answer for them,” V said. Usatyi, chargé d’affaires of the Ukrainian Embassy in Prague, at yesterday’s vernissage of the exhibition Siege of Mariupol. The last journalists in the occupied city.
Ukrainian Photographers E. Černov and M. Minors photographed the siege of Mariupol since the beginning of the Russian invasion. Their shocking footage has appeared in the media around the world and became testimony to Russia’s most cruel war crimes – the exact opposite of what Russian propaganda reports. No wonder the photographers got on the Russian blacklist, they had to hide in the hospital in Mariupol in disguise of doctors and were eventually evacuated by Ukrainian troops. A. Černov and M. The minor were the last journalists in the besieged town of Mariupol.
The exhibition can be seen in the Czech Photo Centre gallery (Seydlerova 2835/4, Prague 5) until 4. December 2022

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