Ministry for Information Policies to launch satellite broadcasting in Crimea and Russia



The Ministry for Information Policies is working on the launch of satellite broadcasting in occupied Crimea and the Russian Federation in order to “report the truth on the events in Ukraine,” wrote advisor to the Minister of Internal Affairs Anton Herashchenko on his Facebook page.

“The Ministry for Information will work on the creation of technical possibilities for satellite broadcasting in Crimea, the Russian Federation and the entire world, to report the truth on the events in Ukraine by showing quality TV products developed by the best independent journalists on state orders, exclusively for the sake of propaganda and counter-propaganda of the Ukrainian truth, the Ukrainian view on the events in Ukraine and outside,” he wrote.

According to him, before this, the government will work on reestablishing Ukrainian TV channels in the ATO zone.

Translated by: Mariya Shcherbinina

Source: Apostrophe

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