Ukrainian mass media broadcasting in occupied Crimea will be stopped

Source : 112 Ukraine

The so-called "Minister of Communications" of the occupied peninsula said that Ukrainian broadcasting "does not correspond to Russian legislation"
17:55, 3 December 2016

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Ukrainian media broadcasting in the occupied Crimea will be prevented, as it "does not comply with Russian legislation." This was stated by the so-called "Minister of internal policy, information and communication of Crimea" Dmitry Polonsky, "RIA News" informed.

"This project has no prospects in this sense, it is similar to the Ukrainian project "The Wall" which is better known as large-scale embezzlement of funds," Polonsky said.

According to him, the result of the efforts of the Ukrainian authorities may only be a more stable reception of programs in Kherson region.

"We have sufficient technical means to prevent the broadcasting unauthorized by Russian legislation in the Republic of Crimea," the "minister" said.

He added that the project of the Ukrainian authorities has been long known, Crimean authorities are ready for it.

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