Russia Today CEO Dmitry Kiselev promises to visit Mariupol after journalist Vladimir Solovyov’s visit to the city, writes «Gazeta.Ru».
“Of course,” Kiselyov answered the question, whether he plans to come to Mariupol.
There is no exact date of the visit yet.
Vladimir Solovyov arrived in Mariupol on May 3, writes Lenta.ru. As the head of the Donetsk People’s Republic told (DNR) Denis Pushilin, together with the journalist, they visited the Ilyich Metallurgical Plant and the sea trade port.
In February, Soloviev cried on the air after Simonyan’s words about Donbass.
On April 25, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced, that the staff of the Federal Security Service (FSB) stopped the assassination attempt on Soloviev.