Prytula Olena Yuriivna

Prytula Olena Yuriivna

Olena Prytula was born on March 10, 1967 in Zavolzhye, Gorkivska oblast, Russia. She moved to Ukraine when she was 6 years old. She graduated from Electroacoustic and Ultrasonic sound department of Automatics and Computational Tools faculty of Odessa National Polytechnic University. Later she moved to Crimea with her husband. In 1993 she started her work in “Interfax-Ukraine” agency where she worked untill spring of 2000. From 1993 to 1995 she worked as a stringer of “Reuters” agency in Crimea. In 1996 she moved to Kiev. During the same year she undertook an internship in Duke University of North Carolina. From 1996 till 1999 she covered the work of the president of Ukraine, Leonid Kuchma, for “Interfax”. In July 1999, she was entitled as a merited journalist of Ukraine.In April, 2000 together with Georgy Gongadze created an internet media outlet “Ukrainska Pravda” (“Ukrainian Truth”). Gongadze became an editor in chief and Prytula became his assistant. She became a head and an editor-in-chief of “Ukrainska Pravda” (“Ukrainian Truth”) after Gongadze was murdered in 2000. In November, 2014 Sevgil Musaeva became an editor in chief of “Ukrainska Pravda” (“Ukrainian Truth”), while Prytula stayed in a project as a person responsible for strategy and special projects of the media outlet. Olena Prytula was in civil marriage with Pavlo Sheremet, a journalist who was murdered in July 2016. Sergiy Leschenko, was deputy editor in Ukrainska Pravda before he became a member of the Ukrainian Parliament from president's party.

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Olena Prytula was in civil marriage with Pavlo Sheremet, a journalist who was murdered in July 2016. Sergiy Leschenko, was deputy editor in Ukrainska Pravda before he became a member of the Ukrainian Parliament from president's party.

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Нацполіція: Шеремет та Притула повідомляли про стеження ще в листопаді: http://gazeta.ua/articles/life/_nacpoliciya-seremet-ta-pritula-povidomlyali-pro-stezhennya-sche-v-listopadi/718554

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Since Ukraine has no rules on the registration of online media - ownership structure of media access is extremely difficult. A unified state register of judgments we went to "Ukrainska pravda", and a single state register of legal entities and individuals took to the founders.

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Unified Public Register of Court Decisions. Retrieved on August 2016 from http://www.reyestr.court.gov.ua/

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