Moldova will limit the broadcast of russian content on television
On June 2, Moldova's parliament passed a bill on countering misinformation and propaganda; now at least half of the content purchased abroad must come from the EU, the US, and Canada.
This was reported by "Еspresо" with reference to NewsMaker.
The bill, in particular, bans the broadcasting of news, analytical programs, and war-related movies made in countries that have not ratified the European Convention on Transfrontier Television. russia has not ratified this Convention.
Also, according to the bill, half of the content purchased abroad must come from the EU, Canada, the US, or the countries that have ratified the European Convention on Transfrontier Television.
As IMI reported, the American satellite operators Intelsat 15 and Horizons 2 blocked the broadcast of russian TV channels VGTRK "Russia 1," "Russia 24," and "Zvezda."
On March 2, the EU urgently stopped broadcasting russian state media Sputnik and RT / Russia Today in the European Union.
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