The National Council of Ukraine removed recommendations to Ukrainian media regarding the Russian army 15:04

The National Council of Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine has removed its recommendation to the Ukrainian media that the Russian army should not be called “orc”, “chmon” and “rus”. This has been reported telegram channel “Country Politics”.

“The National TV Council has lifted its recommendation,” the publication says.

Suggestion printed On the National Council’s website on May 14.

The National Council was also accused of using devaluing language against veterans, stigmatizing physical and psychological injuries, false accusations that those captured in Russian captivity had violated their oaths, etc. He recommended avoiding it. The document states that the media must comply with ethical and journalistic standards under martial law.

Before that, Oleg Kryuchkov, advisor to the president of Crimea, said that hackers was attacked It is one of the platforms where TV channels in the republic are broadcast.

Previous analysts stated The volume of Ukrainian cyber attacks on Russian resources has increased nearly fourfold.

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Source: Gazeta


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