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US Embassy in Ukraine hopes Kyiv Post to find way to resume its operation
KYIV. Nov 9 (Interfax-Ukraine) – The English-language edition of the Kyiv Post was one of the most important Ukrainian media, the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine said and expressed hope that the newspaper will resume its work.
"Yesterday was a sad day for Ukrainian media. For 26 years, the Kyiv Post has been one Ukraine’s most important independent media voices in any language and an indefatigable standard bearer of journalistic standards. This role remains important, and we hope a way can be found to allow the paper to continue playing this role in the future," the Embassy said on Twitter Tuesday.
As reported, on the evening of November 8, publisher of the oldest in Ukraine weekly English-language edition of Kyiv Post Adnan Kivan announced the immediate closure of the newspaper "for a short time."
The report also mentions Brian Bonner’s resignation after the newspaper closed and its archives were preserved, and due to the owner for "strong support" after his purchase of the publication in 2018.
Later, a number of media outlets published information about the possible involvement of the President’s Office in the termination of the publication of Kyiv Post.
The President’s Office denied information about involvement in the closure of the English-language edition of the Kyiv Post.