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Donetsk People’s Republic imposes military censorship on mail, phone conversations

The corresponding decree was signed on September 18

DONETSK, September 24. /TASS/. The Donetsk People’s Republic has imposed military censorship on mail, Internet communications and phone conversations, according to an order by the region’s head that was published on his website.

"Military censorship shall be applied to mail items as well as messages transmitted over telecommunications systems, and monitoring shall be established over telephone conversations," says the order by Denis Pushilin.

Under the order, the Russian Federal Security Service and the region’s Information Ministry will develop and enforce censorship measures. Pushilin signed the order on September 18, but it didn’t go into effect until the day it was published.