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A screen was stolen from the movie demonstration organizers2008-11-13 10:04
The screen was stolen from organizers of the documentary "War 08.08.08. The Art of Betrayal" demonstration. The loss was noticed when Viktor Chernomyrdin, the Russian ambassador in the Ukraine, came to the Hayatt hotel, where the film must have been screened, RIA-Novosti informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The ambassador was met by Valeriy Konovalyuk, the Chairman of the parliamentary Committee on Investigation of the Illegal weapons Sales to Georgia. As it had been mentioned before, the demonstration of this documentary was prohibited by the Ukrainian Security Service, and the organizers were going to show it right in the hall of the hotel, and even prepared the screen..
Unknown people used the moment when all attention was drawn on Chernomyrdin, and took the screen away stealthily. In this connection, the ambassador said that he didn't understand what was happening. He noticed that it was a widely known film that had been shown on TV several times and that narrated all the truth about the conflict in the Caucasus. "I do not understand why there was any need to ruin a demonstration", - Chernomyrdin astonished.
Konovalyuk stated that the film would be demonstrated in Verkhovnaya Rada, where the Security Service would not be able to spoil the session. He added that the members of Parliament will address responsible officials of the Ukrainian Security Service.