Posted 18 января 13:24

Published 18 января 13:24

Modified 18 января 14:24

Updated 18 января 14:24

Alexey Arestovich was re-entered into the "Peacemaker" database for "information sabotage"

18 января 2023, 13:24
Ex-adviser to the office of the President of Ukraine Alexey Arestovich (pictured) was re-entered into the database of the Ukrainian resource "Peacemaker" with the wording "professional provocateur". According to the card on the website, he carried out "public information sabotage."

"He participated in "acts of humanitarian aggression" against Ukraine, actions that undermine the defense capability of Ukraine by demoralizing the armed forces and discredited Ukrainian state agencies", - Kommersant reports, referring to Arestovich's card in the Peacemaker database.It is noteworthy that a card has already been opened for Arrestovich in the resource database, which happened on January 20, 2022.

On January 17, it became known that Arestovich resigned from the post of adviser to the head of the office of the President of Ukraine.

On the same day, the appeal was approved. The reason was sharp criticism of him after the statement that the missile that hit the house in the Dnieper could have been shot down by the Ukrainian air defense system, although he later apologized for his words. On January 18, 2022, Arestovich already resigned from the post of adviser to the head of the office of the President of Ukraine. At the same time, he resigned from the post of press secretary of the Kiev delegation in the contact group on Donbass. Arestovich explained his actions by the inexcusable weakness of the authorities and the propaganda of hatred in the country.The infamous Peacemaker website was created in August 2014.

It is a database with cards of individuals and organizations that, according to the administration of the resource, pose a threat to the security of Ukraine. Arestovich, who returned to this list, joined the President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, the head of Croatia Zoran Milanovich, former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.