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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy personally thanked the Russian reporter who interrupted live state TV coverage to wave a “No War” sign in front of the camera in protest of the invasion of Ukraine during one of his video addresses Tuesday.

During the evening broadcast on Channel One Russia, the most prominent news network in the country, a woman identified as editor Marina Ovsyannikova rushed onto the set standing behind the anchor and chanted in Russian, “No to war! Stop the war!” She held a sign that read in Russian, “Stop the war! Don’t believe propaganda! They’re lying to you here!” with “Russians against war” printed in English, before the channel quickly cut away.

The article goes on to state the following:

Ovsyannikova was detained following the interruption and initially reported missing by human rights groups until appearing in court. Russian law bans “public actions aimed at discrediting the use of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.”

Zelenskyy commended the brave reporter on Tuesday, saying, “I am grateful to those Russians who don’t stop trying to convey the truth. To those who fight disinformation and tell the truth, real facts to their friends and loved ones. And personally to the woman who entered the studio of Channel 1 with a poster against the war.”

Below is the moment Marina Ovsyannikova crashed the live broadcast with her anti-war sign:

Prior to interrupting the on-air Russian broadcast, Ovsyannikova recorded and released a video, denouncing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and apologizing for pushing Putin’s propaganda herself for years while working for Channel One.

She also apologized for not speaking out against the poisoning of opposition leader Alexie Navalny.

Julia Davis, columnist for The Daily Beast, share the Marina’s video, along with a translation, in a series of Twitter posts, as follows:

Marina recorded this video before interrupting Channel One’s live broadcast. I translated it for you (thread):

“What is currently happening in Ukraine is a crime. Russia is a country-aggressor.” /1

“All responsibility for this aggression lies on the conscience of one person: Vladimir Putin. My father is Ukrainian, my mother is Russian. They were never enemies.” /2

“This necklace around my neck signifies that Russia should immediately stop this fratricidal war and our brotherly nations can make peace with each other.” /3

“Unfortunately, for the last several years I worked at Channel One, promoting Kremlin propaganda and for that I am very ashamed right now.” /4

“I am ashamed that I allowed lies to be told from TV screens, that I allowed Russian people to be zombified. We stayed quiet when all of this was just getting started in 2014.” /5

“We didn’t come out to protest when the Kremlin poisoned Navalny. We continued to quietly watch this inhumane regime.” /6

“Now the whole world turned away from us. Ten generations of our descendants won’t be able to wash away the shame of this fratricidal war.” /7

“We, the Russian people, are thoughtful and smart, only we have the power to stop all this madness. Come out to protests, fear nothing, they can’t jail us all.” /8

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