Kyiv. September 23. UNN. On Thursday, Lithuania’s Seimas urgently adopted an amendment to the law providing for a temporary ban on Russian and Belarusian television and radio broadcasts in the country. He writes about it UNN with reference to Delphi.
The Lithuanian Parliament has temporarily banned Belarusian and Russian television and radio broadcasts. 113 deputies voted for the amendment, none voted against, four parliamentarians abstained. The amendment provides for a temporary ban on the retransmission and distribution of radio programs, television programs or individual programs on the Internet, created by persons who are directly or indirectly managed, controlled or financed by Russia and Belarus .
This provision will be in effect until October 16, 2024.
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