Dmytro Baker

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Dmytro Drogalchuk
Born (1998-12-27) December 27, 1998 (age 21)
Donetsk, Template:UKR
Nationality Ukrainian
Other names Dmytro Baker
Occupation Journalist, blogger
Employer Hromadske.TV, Ukrainian Independent Information Agency, Obozrevatel
Website
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Dmytro Baker, real name Dmytro Drogalchuk (Template:Lang-ua, Template:Lang-ua; December 27, 1998, Donetsk, Ukraine) Ukrainian journalist and blogger.

Biography

Dmytro was born on December 27, 1998 in the Ukrainian city of Donetsk.

Since 2016, he actually lives in Mariupol, where he graduates from Mariupol State University in the field of journalism.

From August 2017, Dmytro is a participant of the public humanitarian organization "Ukrainian Red Cross Society".

Dmytro is a lacto-ovo vegetarian[1];

Political position

In 2014, during the period of the Russian military aggression against Ukraine in the East of Ukraine, Dmytro took a pro-Ukrainian position, but despite this he continued to live in Donetsk until 2016.

Subsequently, entry into the territory of the Russian Federation was prohibited.

Career

In 2015, from February to July, he worked with the popular information resource "Hromadske.TV".

In July 2015, he joined the UNIAN news agency, where he worked until May 2016.

From August 2016 to April 2017, he worked as a reviewer in the Ukrainian Film Distribution.

Since April 2018, Dmytro has been working as a freelance journalist of the well-known Ukrainian Internet-based publication "Obozrevatel".

Blogging

He became the second most popular blogger in Ukraine according to the version of the information resource "Obozrevatel"[2].

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