MIP: ON ENSURING BROADCASTING IN EASTERN AND SOUTHERN UKRAINE
The Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine supports the approval of decisions to issue permits for temporary broadcasting in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions and in the areas bordering Crimea at the recent meeting of the National Council of Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine.
In particular, the permits have been issued for temporary broadcasting in the following localities:
in the Donetsk region: Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Volnovakha, Hirnyk, Druzhkivka, Kostiantynivka, Kramatorsk, Novotroitske, Mariupol, Pokrovsk, and the Marinka entry-and-exit checkpoint;
in the Luhansk region: Bakhmutivka, Lysychansk, Novotoshkivske, Pidhorivka, Popasna, Starobilsk, Svatove, Shyrokyne, Shchastia, and the Stanytsia Luhanska entry-and-exit checkpoint;
in the Kherson region: Henichesk, Skadovsk, and Chaplynka.
The decisions that have been adopted will ensure broadcasting in the areas that suffer the most from information aggression of the Russian Federation.
The issue of stable Ukrainian broadcasting, in particular in the special broadcasting regime areas—the Donetsk and Luhansk regions and six districts in the Kherson region,—is the priority of Ukraine’s information security.
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