Zeman, whose statements have fallen foul of the Czech cabinet of ministers numerous times, met with Putin in Beijing amid a swarm of members of the press.
The Czech president turned to Putin, whose country has a notorious reputation for persecution and suspicious deaths of the free press, asking if they should “liquidate” any of the journalists as there are too many.
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Under Putin, the majority of televised news and current affairs broadcasts have become state-controlled.
Independent journalists have repeatedly complained of intimidation in Russia and in 2006 one of the country’s most renowned investigative journalists Anna Politkovskaya was brutally murdered in Moscow in a case that remains unresolved.