The “New York Times” Opened an Office in Kyiv

by Olha Povaliaieva
Sunday, July 24, 2022
The “New York Times” Opened an Office in Kyiv

The office will focus on broadcasting news about the war against Ukraine

It became known that the American daily newspaper The New York Times decided to open an office in the capital of Ukraine. The information came to light on behalf of Michael Slackman, editor-in-chief of the newspaper's international department.

"We created a bureau in Kyiv to cover the war that turned the lives of millions of Ukrainians upside down and forced them to be far beyond the borders of their country," Michael Sklemkan.
It is known that the office will be headed by correspondent Andrew Kramer.

We remind you that The Washington Post opened its office in Kyiv in May. Also, NBC and BBC offices have been operating in the capital for a long time.

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