By William Turvill, PressGazette
Isabelle Khurshudyan, the bureau chief who has Ukrainian roots, says the move signals the Post’s “long-term commitment” to covering Russia’s war on the nation – “the people it impacts, and the ripple effects it’s going to have in the world”.
“However long the war itself lasts, there are going to be ramifications for this,” she tells Press Gazette. “Whether it’s for people, whether it’s for Nato security going forward, European security, US security – the whole kind of world order changed the second Russia invaded on 24 February. There’s going to be a rebuilding effort, there are going to be war crimes cases.