The screening of the movie "The Untold Story of Ukraine" directed by Oliver Stone in Ukraine has been canceled due to threats. This was reported on the website of the television channel "112 Ukraine" on Sunday 14 July.
The decision was taken on the recommendation of the International Editorial Committee after the construction of the "112 Ukraine" TV channel was fired from a grenade launcher on Saturday 13 July. A criminal case was started in the accident.
"I invite the President, the Minister of the Interior, the head of the Security Service of the Ukraine and all those interested in guaranteeing our right to work and the safety of the employees of the company," said Yegor Benkendorf, CEO of the television channel.
The report also notes that Ukrainian right-wing organizations are trying in every way to block journalists' work. At the same time, Oliver Stone's film "does not violate the rules of Ukrainian legislation" and will be shown in 70 countries around the world, added to the media.
The image represents the American view of the events that occurred in Ukraine in recent years, including the war in the Donbass, the Kiev interference in the American elections, the detention of Ukrainian sailors near the Kerch Strait. For the film, Oliver Stone interviewed Russian President Vladimir Putin.