A Dutch journalist expelled from Ukraine
A Dutch journalist who spread photos of missile attacks on Odessa was stripped of his accreditation and expelled from Ukraine
According to the Security Service of Ukraine, Robert Dulmers arrived in Ukraine on March 1 through the Rava-Russkaya international checkpoint.
“Robert Dulmers came to Ukraine with the declared official purpose of covering military operations and received a press card from the Ukrainian Armed Forces. During his stay in Odessa, on April 3, 2022, Robert Dulmers, contrary to the norms of the current legislation on the ban on the dissemination of information about the results of missile attacks by the Russian Federation (he was informed before receiving the press card), posted on personal publics a video about the explosions of critical infrastructure in Odessa and the region by the enemy missile strikes,” said the intelligence service.
Because of this, he was deprived of his accreditation and was banned to entry into the country for 10 years.