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Ukraine approves huge ban on Russian media

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Ukraine approves huge ban on Russian media

May 16, 2017 18.36 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul

Ukraine’s president Petro Poroshenko has signed a decree enacting sanctions on a large number of Russian media assets.

According to the regulator National Council (‘Rada’), this follows a decision by the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine, dated April 28 this year.

Among the Russian broadcasters listed in what will be a three-year ban are TV Center, NTV-Plus, TVN, Digital Television, National Media Group and Ren TV.

Meanwhile, RTR Planeta, Russia 24, First Channel. Global Network and NTV have been hit with a one-year ban.

Ukraine has also issued bans on several key people in the Russian media from entering the country.

Perhaps most controversially, Ukraine has in addition banned a number of popular Russian sites including Mail.ru, Yandex, VK and Odnoklassniki.

Following the presidential decree, a total of 1,228 Russian firms and 468 Russian entities are now effectively banned from Ukraine.

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