The Kremlin on Friday congratulated journalist Dmitry Muratov on winning the Nobel Peace Prize, even though his Novaya Gazeta newspaper often criticizes Russian authorities.
Muratov and Filipino journalist Maria Ressa won this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, which celebrated the right to freedom of expression, which the prize’s awarding committee said was under threat around the world.
“We can congratulate Dmitry Muratov,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.
“He constantly acts according to his ideals, is loyal to them, is talented and brave,” he added.
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