Khmelnytsky region bans public use of cultural products in russian language
The Khmelnytsky Regional Council has imposed a moratorium on the public use of russian-langiage cultural products in any form in the region until the russian federation ends its occupation of Ukraine.
The according decision was approved by the Regional Council at a meeting on June 15.
The Regional Council recommended that the Khmelnytsky Regional Military Administration set up an interdepartmental panel to conduct systematic explanatory work on the moratorium. The panel will include representatives of law enforcement departments, district administrations, and the region's public.
The local authorities of the region were also recommended to monitor the observance of the moratorium in the respective territories of the communities.
As IMI reported, on June 1, the city authorities of Ternopil banned street musicians from singing songs in Russian.
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