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Reporter Covering Ukraine Crisis in Six Languages Leaves Netizens Wowed, Watch Video

A video of a reporter from Kyiv in six languages ​​leaving the net interesting. Philip Crowther, International Media Correspondent for the Associate Press, posted a video in English, Luxembourgish, Spanish, Portuguese, French and German. As the world follows the Russia-Ukraine crisis, a video of a reporter covering in such an unconventional way has caught the eye of the viewers. “There has been a war with Russian forces in the eastern Donbas region for eight years now. But despite the fact that the capital Kyiv is relatively quiet, “Crowther heard the report in English.

Here is the video:

“Six language communities from #Kyiv with @AP_GMS. In this order: English, Luxembourgish, Spanish, Portuguese, French, and German. “

Users praise the language skills of a multilingual reporter.

“Jesse. The call is very good regardless of the language. There is almost no speech, it is very interesting.”

“I love this very much. So it is very good to see something going on because of real wisdom / talent / knowledge. ”

“I can’t put my words straight in one language. This is a crazy one. ”

“How good your words are. IN ALL of them this is a lot of media outlets.”

“If I were him I would ask for a promotion every 6 months to see them beg me to stay.”

“Even a language like Luxembourgish. impress.”

Philip Crowther is a Washington DC-based TV and radio broadcaster. It covers US diplomacy, foreign policy, politics, and current affairs, and reports from around the world on breaking news stories. He was chairman of the White House Foreign Relations Committee during Trump’s transition and is a current member of the White House Press Team with a hard time coming to the White House, his website said. Born in Luxembourg to an English father and a German mother.

Initially, the Kremlin said on Tuesday that it was open to all contact with the Ukrainian government and that the severance of Kyiv ties with Moscow would worsen the already tense situation. “The Russian side is open at all levels for diplomatic contacts. Everything depends on our opponents,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

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