Cabinet approves bill to limit Russia and Crimea printed materials’ import to Ukraine
Bill will not deal with Russian-language books published in Ukraine
The Cabinet approved a bill to limit the import of printed materials from Russia and the Crimea to Ukraine. The Cabinet made this decision at a meeting on Thursday, September 8.
"The purpose of the bill is the introduction of a mechanism to restrict access of foreign printed materials with anti-Ukrainian content to the Ukrainian market", said the head of the State Committee Oleg Nalivaiko at the meeting.
The bill takes into account the books with anti-Ukrainian, anti-state, hostile to Ukraine's content.
Recall that the US Department of State urged not to consider new sanctions against Russia as tightening of restrictive measures.
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