The head of the national Council on TV and begged the Directors of the channels of formal agreement on the work of his son for green card

The head of the National Commission on television and radio broadcasting Yuri Artemenko begged the Directors of the Ukrainian TV channels formal agreement on the work of his son to obtain a green card. This is stated in the group Artemenko.leaks in Facebook, where published documents allegedly from the personal mail Artemenko.

The son of Yuriy Artemenko Denis 2015 is trying to get at a work and residence in the United States. To obtain a green card there is a process whereby the applicant has to provide us authorities with information about the merits in the territory of Ukraine.

“Starting in 2015 Artemenko systematically engaged in collecting all the necessary evidence that his son is extremely talented. However, no real signs of the talent he showed. So Artemenko, using his official position, simply begged the Directors of TV channels and producers of fake contract and statement of cooperation the 25-year-old Artemenko with the channels. That is, lied to U.S. immigration authorities”, – stated in the message.

So, Artemenko, judging by the screenshots of the correspondence, agreed with the Director of ICTV channel Oleksandr Bogutskiy about the “work” of his son on this channel: “confirm that Denis Y. Artemenko took part in musical registration of transfer either was a sound engineer”.

Also, the network got a letter of recommendation son Artemenko on behalf of the General Director of group “1+1” Alexander Tkachenko. The letter States that the son Artemenko took part in writing music for TV shows “Candidate”, “Random encounters do not happen” and “Thunder over Thoraces”.

The composition of the national Council will be remembered for the pressure on the media. Thus, several channels were assigned an unscheduled inspection for spurious reasons, and “112 Ukraine” faced with the refusal of the regulator to renew a license for broadcasting. Also, the national Council on television and radio broadcasting of Ukraine called for the extension of its authority to “regulate the information space” in the “hybrid war”. While media in Ukraine believe this attack on freedom of speech and an attempt to take control of independent media.