Russia barred many BBC journalists. The list goes on with Orla Guerin, Clive Myrie, Orla Guerin, and Nick Robinson. To which its spokesperson states that the news agency will continue to report unbiasedly and independently.
Russia also barred journalists from Sky TV, Guardian, ITV, Channel 4, and Times with many British MPs. The extensive list restrains 29 journalists and 20 public figures in total.
Russia’s foreign ministry stated,” The British journalists included on the list are involved in deliberate dissemination of false and one-sided information about Russia and events in Ukraine and Donbas…
With their biased assessments, they also contribute to fuelling Russophobia in British society.”
Orla Guerin, a journalist from BBC, was on the list after her report from the city of Lysychansk. She stated that the city adversely affected in a certain way, like the scorched earth policy. Similarly, Clive Myrie called out on atrocities by Russian soldiers in the regions of Kyiv. It was during the first phase of the invasion.
Not only from BBC, but Sky News chief Stuart Ramsay is also on the list of barred journalists. He even got wounded during a Russian ambush.
John Witherow, editor of The Times, Katherine Viner from The Guardian, and Chris Evans from the Telegraph also made it to the list.
The Journalist is not in a hurry to visit Russia. But, Russia banned journalists around the world to cut down any piece of fair news for its citizen. A manipulated version of the same story makes it look weak attempts to falsify the details for its citizens.
The list also entails Shaun Walker, who has lived almost 10 years in the country. It is sad and disheartening at the same time. Other from Channel 4, Cathy Newman, and Con Coughlin from the Telegraph also barred.
With Journalists, it also barred senior armed forces chiefs. It includes Royal Navy, Chief Adam Sir Ben…