Former President of Ukraine, Member of the Party for European Solidarity, Petro Poroshenko, addressed the Head of State, Volodymyr Zelensky. Poroshenko asks the head of state to convene the National Security and Defense Council and decide to extend the ban on Russian social media and propaganda TV channels in Ukraine.
This is reported by the NPF, referring to Telegram chain Poroshenko.
The popular deputy of the Party of European Solidarity, Petro Poroshenko, recalled how, in May 2017, he had decided to ban the Russian social networks Vkontakte and Odnoklassniki, as well as the Russian propaganda channels in Ukraine. According to him, accusations of attacking freedom of expression in the country then pleased him. According to Poroshenko, it later became clear to everyone that his actions were correct. After all, Russian social networks and other information resources the Russian Federation uses in a hybrid war against Ukraine.
The former president of Ukraine calls on the current head of state to extend the ban on Russian social media in Ukraine.
“Russian social networks are killing. I demand that President Zelensky immediately convene a meeting of the NSDC and decide to extend the ban on Russian social media in Ukraine, “wrote Poroshenko.
Earlier, we reported that Zelensky had made a statement regarding the opening of “borders” with “L / DPR”.