Chilean journalist Gonzalo Lira disappeared in Ukraine five days ago
They said from the Foreign Ministry that they were in contact with the Ukrainian authorities to find out the whereabouts of the novelist and director of Milili, who was expected to be arrested by the security forces.
Faced with the war with Russia, relatives and friends of the journalist Gonzalo Lira have condemned his disappearance after speaking out against the administration of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
The author has not been contacted since April 15. Lira is known on Twitter under the pseudonym Coach Red Pill, the social network where he last posted that day. According to the politician, on the 17th of the same month, Lira arranged an interview with George Galloway, a former British deputy, on MoastTV, an appointment that was never confirmed.
They announced from the Chilean Foreign Ministry that they had contacted the corresponding authorities in European countries to find the whereabouts of the director.
The director of the Chilean film “Kidnapping” has used his YouTube channel to tell what happened in the war between Russia and Ukraine since the beginning of the Russian invasion. He accused the Ukrainian government of kidnapping opponents and their soldiers who showed Nazi leanings and questioned Western media coverage of the conflict.
A few days before his disappearance, on March 26, he posted the following on his Twitter account: “Do you want to know the truth about the Zelensky regime? Google these names: Vladimir Struk, Denis Kirev, Mikhail and Aleksander Kononovich, Nestor Shufrych , Yan Taksyur, Dmitri Djangiro and Elena Berezhnaya. If you haven’t heard from me in 12 hours or more, please add my name to this list.”