It is wrong to build Moldova-EU relations on anti-Russian rhetoric, president saysWorld January 17, 18:16
Nobody in Moldova will take risk of recognizing Crimea as part of Russia now — presidentWorld January 17, 17:56
Putin expects Russia, US to restore normal relationsRussian Politics & Diplomacy January 17, 17:43
Police investigate reports alleging controversial artist Pavlensky beat up theater actorSociety & Culture January 17, 17:38
Arctic Skills competition presentation due at forum in ArkhangelskBusiness & Economy January 17, 17:25
Putin: those who ordered fake report on Russia’s Trump dossier 'worse than prostitutes'Russian Politics & Diplomacy January 17, 17:22
VTB head expects US sanctions against Russia to be eased in 2017Business & Economy January 17, 17:05
Russia’s Khabarovsk Region to host 2018 World Bandy ChampionshipSport January 17, 16:59
Moscow wants to be informed about Moldova’s cooperation with EU — PutinRussian Politics & Diplomacy January 17, 16:54
KIEV, February 18. /TASS/. The Ukrainian National Council on television and radio broadcasts has reprimanded "Inter" television channel on Wednesday for demonstration of films during New Year holidays with the participation of Russian actors, who presumably "assumed an anti-Ukrainian position".
On January 15 "Inter" channel was already reprimanded by the Ukrainian Council for demonstration of entertaining programs on New Year's Eve in which Russian pop singers performed.
On Wednesday the Council also reprimanded "112 Ukraine" channel for violations found out during the demonstration of "Shuster Live" talk show on February 13. Chairman of the Ukrainian National Council on television and radio broadcasts Yuri Artyomenko has criticized the talk show for presumed "elements of crime" found in statements made by Russian journalist Maxim Shevchenko, which are "punished by the Ukrainian Criminal Code (Article 161) for intentional activity aimed at inciting racial hatred, ethnic and religious strife."
Last July the same national council banned the retranslation of 14 Russian TV channels on the territory of Ukraine. In August, the Ukrainian Interior minister signed a resolution, ordering to supervise whether the reprimanded TV channels complied with the ban, and threatened criminal prosecution to anyone who defied the ban.