NYT uses Ukraine’s map without Crimea, again [UPD]

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Ukraine’s Embassy in the United States has appealed to The New York Times over a map of Ukraine without Crimea. According to the Embassy, it wasn’t the first time the NYT used the map that violated the internationally recognized border of Ukraine.

“We are counting on the prompt reaction of journalists of the influential newspaper, which is intended to convey the truth to the American and international public,” the embassy added.

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Unfortunately, any prompt reaction is hardly a possibility since the author of the article – Andrew Higgins – has just [August, 2019] been appointed the moscow Bureau Chief for the New York Times.

Update:

After the incident, the NYT decided to change the color of the occupied peninsula, but not to anger russia decided to change the colors of all the surrounding countries. To leave the room for the misinterpretation.

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