Facebook apologized and returned the deleted post of Ukrainian ambassador to the Czech Republic

The support service wrote back that they “did not understand so well” and apologized.

The social network Facebook returned the post of the Ambassador of Ukraine to the Czech Republic Yevhen Perebyinis, which he hid this morning. 

The article referred to an article by Russian President Vladimir Putin in which he wrote that Ukrainians, Belarusians and Russians are one people.

A letter from the support service at 16:28 on July 13 stated: “Sorry, we misunderstood you.”

It will be recalled that this morning the social network Facebook hid a post by Perebyinos , in which he critically commented on the words of Russian President Vladimir Putin that Ukrainians and Russians are “one people.”

The social network informed the author of the post that the text allegedly violates the rules on the prohibition of hate speech.

(c) Detector.media

2 comments

  • “did not understand so well” Fucking liars. They know damn well a post on fakebook has the most impact the day it is posted. There is no hate speech in the Ukrainian statement, only a hatred of Ukraine from this Russian lover media site.

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    • As if it isn’t enough for Ukraine to have to put up with western liars and shills in the fields of journalism and politics working for the putler nazi regime, they have to put up with social media big tech scum too.
      As I said yesterday, the matter needs to be taken up with Nick Clegg, who is likely to be Ukraine’s only ally in FB.

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