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KIEV, January 24. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine’s operators of mobile communication have disclaimed the information published in some media they were ordered to limit services due to a possible introduction of emergency situation in the country.
An official representative of the Astelit mobile communication company Svetlana Savchenko told reporters her company had not heard anything about the claimed instructions.
“Our company has not received any instructions or warnings regarding blocking the mobile communications,” she said.
Ukraine’s leading mobile communications operator Kievstar called the information “groundless rumors” adding they had not received any orders to block the communications. “Kievstar has been providing its services in a regular mode,” the company’s Legal Director Andrei Osadchuk said.
MTS Ukraine company also disclaimed whatever instructions to limit or block access to the Internet.