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 British journalist stripped off accreditation after provoking fire at Ukrainian troops

The Security Service of Ukraine has canceled the accreditation of the Sky News reporter Kitty Logan and considers banning her from entering the country.

This is reported by Censor.NET citing Interfax-Ukraine.

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"The SBU has revoked the accreditation of the Sky News reporter Kitty Logan and is currently considering banning her from Ukraine," the SBU spokeswoman Olena Hitlianska said.

She explains such actions of the SBU were taken "for the national security sake." According to Hitlianska, the British journalist "committed destructive actions against the Ukrainian people."

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Later, the spokeswoman added that Logan "urged the "LPR" militants to fire at the Ukrainian military positions."

"The SBU is checking the information spread on her social network pages about a large-scale shootout between militants and Ukrainian troops, which followed her fire calls," Hitlianska added.

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