Ukrainian journalist Yanina Sokolovskaya criticized TV presenter Vladimir Solovyov’s political talk show and explained why she no longer wants to participate in the show.
As part of the program “Evening with Vladimir Solovyov”, heated verbal confrontations often occur. It is possible that Sokolovskaya, who often appears on Russian television, does not want to participate in talk shows precisely because of the difficult discussions.
The journalist unexpectedly announced that he would no longer go to Solovyov’s studio.
“I stopped going to Solovyov because it’s a kind of horror that is already unbearable,” Sokolovskaya admitted.
It is worth noting that the Ukrainian journalist often acts as a speaker on other political talk shows. Sokolovskaya also got into an argument with the host of the “Meeting Place” program Andrei Norkin.
Earlier, it was reported that Sokolovskaya pointed to the agreements between the USA and Russia before the visit of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to Washington.
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