The ex-editor of Channel One, who fled to Germany after her scandalous action, decided to go to Ukraine. But she is not welcome there either.
Marina Ovsyannikova, whose name became known to viewers after the incident on the air of the Vremya program, continues to reap the fruits of her act. Recall: in March, the then editor of Channel One broke into the frame and, with a protest poster in her hands, stood behind Ekaterina Andreeva. Ovsyannikova got off with a fine of 30 thousand rubles, instantly quit the federal channel and found a job in a German publication.
The salary in the publication needs to be worked out, and the brawler went to Ukraine. There she began to shoot “action-packed” videos and prepare a meeting with the Ukrainian media.
For some reason, the video with queues for gasoline in Kyiv did not touch anyone, and the residents of the capital Nezalezhnaya were not at all delighted with the prospect of Ovsyannikova’s communication with Ukrainian publications. The former editor was called a double agent and wished her to get out of the country as soon as possible.
As a result, the planned event was cancelled.
Ksenia Sobchak believes that you will not envy Ovsyannikova’s future.
And Ukrainians are not shy about expressions at all. And they want Ovsyannikova to either get out of the country as soon as possible, or play catch.
The journalist herself is perplexed: why does she have such wishes? This is beyond logic. She risked her
jo life, jumping out with a poster, she lost the favor of her relatives and husband, and now she is not welcome in Ukraine?
And traitors are not loved anywhere, Marina. In addition, now that Ovsyannikova has been added to the Peacemaker database, it is simply dangerous for her to be in Ukraine. What did you fight for, you ask?
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