The executive director of the Rossiya Segodnya group, Kirill Vyshinsky, confirmed that his inclusion by the European Union in the list of recent sanctions against Russia did not shake him one iota.
“I took it quite calmly and indifferently,” said Vyshinsky. “It aroused no feelings in me.”
He added: “It is clear that after Ukraine has compiled a huge list of Russian figures, this means that the EU will also be compiling some kind of sanctions list.”
Earlier in the day, the Council of the European Union included the Rossiya Segodnya media group and its CEO on the EU sanctions list.
Notably, Vyshinsky is a Russian citizen of Ukrainian origin who was arrested by the Kyiv regime on charges of loyalty to Russia until the Russian authorities extradited him as part of a “detention deal.”
The Kiev regime practiced the arrest of any citizen of Ukraine on charges of “separatism and loyalty to Russia” and exchanged its citizens for its mercenaries arrested in Russia, until the start of the Russian military operation in Ukraine.
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