Banned russian TV channels were being broadcast in a hotel in Lviv region
In the village of Skhidnytsia, Lviv region, hotel Villa Alesya was broadcasting russian TV channels banned on the territory of Ukraine.
This is reported on the website of the National Council for Television and Radio Broadcasting.
One of the recreation facility's visitors filed a complaint with the regulator, in which he reported that you can watch programs of "NTV Mir," "TNT," "Rossiya 24," and "RTR Planet" TV channels at the hotel.
A NCTRB representative in Lviv region visited the building together with law enforcement officers and checked the programs available in a hotel room. Among the TV channels that visitors could watch were the russian "NTV Mir," "TNT," and other channels, which are included in the List of foreign programs whose content meets the requirements of the European Convention on Transfrontier Television and the Ukrainian legislation.
"The hotel's management was informed that broadcasting russian propaganda TV channels is unacceptable, as it not only offends the citizens of the country against which russia is waging a brutal war, but also violates the requirements of the current Ukrainian legislation. After this, the rebroadcast of these programs was immediately disabled," the NCTRB reports.
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