Ukrainian Ministry of information policy to support freedom of speech initiatives
New regulations will be presented at the end of 2016
In 2016 Ukrainian Ministry of information policy will work in the legal field to improve the situation with freedom of speech in Ukraine, - stated Minister of Information Policy Yuriy Stets, commenting on the report of Amnesty International.
“Ministry considers such an analysis by international organizations very important. Therefore, having studied it in detail, the agency will make its analysis and take into account all the necessary points referring to legislative initiatives our Ministry will develop in 2016.
Earlier Ukrainian Ministry of information policy started “Crimea means Ukraine” informational campaign
We hope this action will provide an information sovereignty of Ukraine through the sustainable development of the national information space and also provide this process protection from external and internal threats. At the end of the year the agency also will present a report, where new package of regulations aimed at supporting freedom of speech in the journalists’ activity will be reflected” – reported Ministry of information policy press service.
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