President Zelensky awards Russian-killed photojournalist Max Levin with the Order of Courage
President Volodymyr Zelensky signed a decree posthumously awarding the Order of Courage (posthumously) to photojournalist Maksym Levin, who was killed by invaders in the Kyiv region.
According to Ukrinform, the document was published on the website of the head of state.
“For personal courage and selfless actions shown during the coverage of the Russian aggression, I decide: To award the Order” For Courage “III degree Levin Maxim Yevgenyevich – photojournalist (posthumously),” – said in a decree.
As reported, a criminal case has been opened over the murder of photojournalist Maksym Levin in the Kyiv region.
According to preliminary information, the unarmed Levin was killed by servicemen of the Russian Armed Forces with two small arms fire.
Maksym Levin is a well-known Ukrainian photojournalist and documentary photographer and cameraman. Collaborated with Reuters, BBC, TRT World, Associated Press, Hromadske, LB.ua
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