The head of Ukraine, Alexander Tkachenko, said that the Russian media maintain their presence in Ukraine through various platforms to a significant extent, and this must be fought.
Tkachenko told RBC-Ukraine that “the Russian agenda, unfortunately, is often picked up by our media, because there is no analysis of where the legs grow from.”
Therefore, according to the minister, it became necessary to create centers for countering disinformation “to resist the Kremlin media.”
As a reminder, in early February, Ukraine banned the broadcasting of three opposition channels 112 Ukraine, ZIK, NewsОne for five years. They were called pro-Russian in Kiev. Later, the blocked Ukrainian channels were registered by the Novosti media holding.