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Interview with Vitaly Tretyakov

Interview with Vitaly Tretyakov
Vitaly Tretyakov, the editor-in-chief of the Moskovskiye Novosti newspaper shared with Russia Today his view about practicing journalism, and freedom of speech  in Russia.

Russia Today: The Congress has a very serious and busy agenda. Issues concerning journalism around the globe and Russian journalism in particular will be discussed. So what do you make of the significance of this event?

Vitaly Tretyakov: Any international professional congress