Washington Post has created a bureau in the capital of Ukraine


Washington Post has created a bureau in the capital of Ukraine

The American edition will soon start working in Kyiv/Washington Post

The publication noted that such a move is an obvious signal of the Post's long-term commitment to covering Russia's war against Ukraine. It is noted that the war in Ukraine will remain the main story of 2022.

Foreign Affairs Editor Douglas Gehl said that the Washington Post devoted many months of its resources to covering the escalation of enemy troops on the Russian border of Ukraine. But now he continues to inform readers about Russia's military invasion of Ukraine.

As the war enters its protracted phase, the Bureau will allow us to deliver intensive reporting directly from the field and ensure that we continue to provide the excellent and authoritative journalism that readers around the world have come to expect. – noted Dzhel.

What is known about Isabel Khurshudyan and Max Berak

Isabel Khurshudyan is a former Washington Post Moscow bureau correspondent. She has been reporting from Ukraine tirelessly since January.

Max Berak is a former bureau chief in Nairobi, Kenya's capital. The man has been working in Ukraine for two months already.

Washington Post has created a bureau in the capital of Ukraine

Isabel Khurshudyan and Max Berak/photo by Washington Post

Them the task will be to lead the Ukrainian team, consisting of reporter David Stern, as well as correspondents, photographers and video journalists who come to rotate.

The main goal of creating a new Washington Post office in Kyiv

As the newspaper notes, the main task of the newspaper is to expand coverage of events related to the war in Ukraine, as well as round-the-clock news updates on the Post website and in the Telegram channel. They strive to fill the information base with only verified materials from the places of events.

The capital comes back to life: latest news

  • Today, Bridget Brink, who may be approved for the post of US Ambassador to Ukraine, said that she plans and hopes to start her diplomatic mission directly in Kyiv.
  • The 27 embassies that left Kyiv before the full-scale invasion are returning to the capital. Zelensky thanked for such support for peace.
  • The trophies of the invaders will replenish the funds of the National Military History Museum. In the center of the capital, you can see the destroyed equipment of the invaders.
  • Communications between Kyiv and Poltava have been resumed: a road has been built near the village of Borshchiv near the destroyed bridge.

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