Ukraine: Draft law proposes punishments of up to seven years in prison for spreading disinformation
Recent articles in Ukraine

On 17 August, a car belonging to a Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty team was set on fire. Police found an explosive substance on the wreck of the car, which was completely destroyed.

On July 3, Sergatskova published an article detailing alleged friendships between the leaders of far-right or neo-Nazi groups and the directors of StopFake, a nonprofit organisation that aims to stop the dissemination of false information about Ukraine.

Ukrainian authorities arrested five individuals in December 2019 in connection with Sheremet’s 2016 murder. However, concerns have been raised about inconsistencies in the evidence and also about the actions of the prosecutor’s office.