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Journalists of TV channel "PIC" were fined in Moscow2011-05-31 14:05
The staff of the Georgian TV channel "PIC", working in the Russian capital, were fined for the lack of accreditation. "Georgia-News" reported this, citing RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Russian law enforcement officers, correspondents of the Georgian TV channel "The First Informational Caucasian" Alexei Matveev and Natia Poladashvili were detained yesterday as a result of the verification of documents near the cultural center of the Russian Armed Forces, where the memorial service for the death of president of Abkhazia Sergei Bagpash was held.
"Reporters tried to shoot the video and to take interview from the people involved in public activities, having no documents for accreditation for the right to information activities on the territory of the Russian Federation " - said in an interview a law enforcement source. In addition, it appeared that a Georgian journalist had no Moscow registration.
The detainees were taken to the local police department and were ordered to pay a fine.