Current chief propagandist of the Kremlin confessed in love to Ukraine and said he felt himself Ukrainian in early 2000s.
An archive video featuring Dmitriy Kiselev with mohawk hairstile has recently appeared on the web.
Dmitriy Kiselev worked on contract on Ukrainian channel ICTV in 2000-2003.
In this archive video he says that he felts himself Ukrainian, a completely independent part of Ukrainian landscape.
‘This imposes a burden of responsibility and I already worry for Ukraine as its part’, – the current propagandist said after one year of work in Ukraine.
The interview is accompanied by video of Kiselev wearing traditional Ukrainian clothes – vyshyvanka – during corporative meeting.
Russian journalist also says he didn’t expect such love to Ukraine from himself because initially he treated his work as contract.
Taking into consideration Kiselev’s current active propaganda it feels like he has got rid of this burder of responsibility forever.