This Monday the disappearance of the Chilean journalist and writer Gonzalo Lira was reported, who covers the war in Ukraine and on social networks criticized the Zelenski regime. “If you haven’t heard from me in 12 hours or more, put my name on this list,” he warned before trailing off.
The Chilean journalist and writer, Gonzalo Lira, would have disappeared while covering the war in Ukraine, and after posting criticism on social networks of the regime of the president of that country, Volodímir Zelenski.
Indeed, a few weeks ago he wrote on Twitter “Do you want to know the truth about the Zelensky regime? Google these names: Vlodimir Struk Denis Kirev Mikhail and Aleksander Kononovich Nestor Shufrych Yan Taksyur Dmitri Djangirov Elena Berezhnaya If you haven’t heard from me in 12 hours or more, put my name on this list .”
Relatives and colleagues of Gonzalo Lira began to notify the authorities about the loss of contact with the reporter and according to CNN Chile, the Chilean Foreign Ministry is taking steps to find out details about his whereabouts.
According to this medium, Lira would have had an agreed interview with George Galloway, a former member of the United Kingdom Parliament, for this Sunday, April 17, which did not take place.
” May God saves the life of Gonzalo Lira, whom we have not heard from since Friday (April 15), since we agreed to have this conversation on this show,” said the diplomat.
Finally, the former presidential candidate, Eduardo Artés, stated that “the administrator of La Moneda, Gabriel Boric, must fulfill his obligation, which is to demand that his friends from NATO and the US appear alive.”
Until the closing of this note, nothing was known about Gonzalo Lira.