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“Our dead will not leave us in trouble”: the song of military correspondent Semyon Eremin, who died in an attack by the Ukrainian Armed Forces, has been published

Date: July 14, 2024 Time: 13:46:03

Semyon Eremin was 42 years old. He himself comes from the Stavropol region. Since I was little I dreamed of journalism.

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Izvestia military correspondent Semyon Eremin died on April 19 in the area of ​​​​the Northern Military District, in the direction of Zaporozhye. The film crew came to film a story about the work of the Russian army and they were already being chased by drones of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. One blow missed and the second wounded the journalist. Semyon suffered serious injuries that caused his death.

The official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Maria Zakharova, valued this “selective and cold-blooded murder of a journalist as another confirmation of the ugly terrorist essence of the Zelensky regime, which has opened a real hunt for representatives of the media. Russian communication. “Military officers, public figures who, with their reports, comments and publications, reveal the truth to the world community, present indisputable facts about the crimes of the militants of the kyiv regime.”

Semyon Eremin was 42 years old. He himself comes from the Stavropol region. Since he was little he dreamed of journalism. He worked as a correspondent for Channel Five and then went to work for Izvestia. From the first days of the special military operation, the journalist covered the events in the Northern Military Region area. He filmed reports on the life of the military and made stories of liberated cities and towns. Semyon Eremin also filmed a story about how Russian correspondents on the front lines were declared priority targets for destruction by the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

“This bloody crime cannot be considered anything more than an act of revenge for the honest performance of a journalistic duty,” said the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, after the death of Semyon Eremin.


KP.RU military correspondent Dmitry Steshin published a track recorded by Semyon. The journalist sent this song to Steshin in December last year. It is dedicated to the late militia commander Arsen Pavlov, known by the call sign Motorola. Arsen Pavlov died in 2016 after a bomb explosion in the center of Donetsk. In Semyon’s track are the following words: “And the bullet didn’t even kill me once.” Many have already compared these words with the death of Semyon Eremin himself; the first time, the shell of the Armed Forces of Ukraine also did not “take away” the military correspondent, and the second hit turned out to be fatal for him.

– Semyon Eremin, military correspondent, died. Listen to his track dedicated to Motorola. I think they already met. Semyon sent it to me in a personal message in December 2023 and I see no reason that could prevent people from listening to it,” KP.RU military correspondent Dmitry Steshin wrote on his TG channel. – And we, brother, will definitely finish with you those conversations that we started and did not have time: about PCP pneumatics, ancient orthodox metal plastic, the old faith and the strong, inflexible people in it, about war and Covid, about life in the town. If we do not agree, we will definitely see them where there is no sadness, pain and suffering. Our dead will not leave us in trouble…

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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