Yak Vdoma Hub Bucharest in Chișinău // Center for Investigative Journalism hosts a training session with Ukrainian journalists

The Center for Investigative Journalism (CIJM) is hosting a training session with the participation of Ukrainian journalists temporarily relocated to Romania. The exchange of experience and excellence is aimed at the long-term consequences of Russia's war in Ukraine, namely the destruction of the ecosystem. At the same time, investigative journalists discussed


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