Andrei Dynko — in the midst of an international award winners for 2006 L.Natali

The awards ceremony was accomplished in Brussels on 3 May at International Press Freedom day. European Commissioner for Development and Humanitarian Aid, Louis Michel, the main prize was handed a magazine from Hong Kong L.S.Inu. As first prize in their own regions were marked journalists Tanya Farber (Africa), Mauri Konig (Latin America), Michael Tierney (Europe) and Talal El-Atrash (Asia).
Andrei Dynko was nominated for his okrestinsky diary, which was placed in Our Cornfield "Even before its creator was released. Diary has been translated into eight European languages and is available in several European publications among them — at the "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung". A.Dynko became the first in the history of the award to journalists from Central and Eastern Europe, it marked notes "Nasha Niva. "
In This year on behalf L.Natali Prize, which is awarded for dedication Human Rights and democracy, claimed in 1529 writers and journalists from 165 countries.

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