The Ukrainian scientist Vyacheslav Kovtun was subjected to another attack in Russia during a visit to the state. The expert took part in the filming of the talk show “Time will tell” on October 31 on the First channel, and was beaten by leading by Artem Seninim what he said in the broadcast, the video is published on the website of the channel.
As stated in the announcement, the issue was devoted to the conflict in the East of Ukraine and the fate of the residents of Donbass. In the 55th minute of the show he said he wants to bring Kovtun apologize and explained that during a break in the dressing room “comes an ugly fight” and Kovtun hit, and stated he believes it is unacceptable.
“These emotions are caused by the paranoid delusion that we see, prevails in Ukraine”, – said the presenter. Kovtun had not responded to the apology.
During the program, he claimed that the Ukrainian authorities are lying about Russian aggression and fight with his own people. Kovtun was fighting in a talk show Pro-Ukrainian position.
We will remind that earlier and Kovtun, and he been caught in a scandalous situation on Russian television. So, recently in one of the ethers, where they discussed the deaths in Ukraine, field commander nicknamed Motorola, he admitted that he killed people.
As for Kovtun, informed the Ukrainian was beaten in the air of TV channel “Zvezda”. This happened when recording the talk show “the Process” in may 2016. Then Kovtun was attacked by a Ukrainian TV presenter Yuri kot, who emigrated from their country after Euromaidan. The attack was caused by a conversation about the family Cat: Kovtun promised to inquire about remaining in Ukraine, the son of a TV presenter that he was regarded as a threat to the life of their child.
Another similar incident occurred on NTV. Host of “the meeting Place” Andrey Norkin September 28, during the broadcast, dedicated to the investigation of the death of the Malaysian Boeing in the Donbass, was expelled from the Studio to Ukrainian political analyst Sergey Zaporozhye, calling him a sheep.