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Polish journalist sacked for calling Georgia an aggressor2009-08-04 16:22
In the times of the August events the authorities of Poland impeded the appearance of objective information from the point of view of all the conflict sides by all means, said Victor Bater, a well-known Polish journalist, in his interview to The Izvestiya - Gazeta.ru.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Bater saud that he was sacked from TVP [state TV company] for the attempt to share the non-Georgian point of view with the TV viewers of Poland.
The journalist prepared a report, shot in South Ossetia, and in this one the Georgian side was called the aggressor. The managers of the TV channel "were outraged".
"The then managers of the information programs of TVP reported directly to the presidential palace. And our president Lech Kaczynski is a friend of Saakashvili," Bater said.