The issues of sanctions against Russian propaganda media, which are still broadcasting in Europe, were discussed at a meeting between Minister of Culture and Information Policy Alexander Tkachenko and Minister of Culture, Tourism, Arts and Media of Ireland Katherine Martin and her team.
This is stated in the message of the ICIP in Telegramreports Ukrinform.
In particular, it was about Channel 1, NTV and other Russian TV channels owned by the aggressor state and Russian businesses that directly support the Putin regime and are already under EU sanctions, the report says.
“Thanks to Ms. Martin and her team for their willingness to support the ban on these channels, which I hope will be imposed in the next package of sanctions from the EU,” said Tkachenko.
Also at the meeting, the idea of ”Information Ramstein” was discussed – as the need to unite the efforts of states in countering propaganda and misinformation from Russia, on the one hand, and assistance to the Ukrainian media, on the other.
As reported, Russian propagandists who have not yet fallen under international sanctions can be found on the portal “War & Sanctions”.