Two lecturers in the faculty of journalism were fired from Moscow International University after denunciations by students that were published in pro-Kremlin media. Sirena writes about it.
We are talking about teachers Vladimir Sukhoi and Konstantin Miroshnikov. This is what one of the denunciations published by the Z-channel looked like:
After such denunciations, materials began to appear in pro-Kremlin publications under the headings : “A teacher at the Moscow International University hunted down a student for a patriotic position” and “Anti-Russian sentiments swept the universities of Moscow.”
On March 15, graduates of the faculty and the administrator of one of the university publics confirmed to Sirena that Konstantin Miroshnikov had been fired the other day. Also, current and former students of MMU told Sirena that another teacher, Vladimir Sukhoi, was interrogated by the police and then fired.
Moscow International University was founded in 1991 as part of an agreement on Soviet-American educational cooperation. The university studies the humanities and teaches "free professions". Among the partners of the university there are European, American and Japanese universities.