Russia to ban TV ads from the BNP-inspired “Belt Bridge” campaign
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Russia will ban TV advertisements for the BN party from the Belt Bridge movement in the Russian Federation and other areas, the Kremlin announced on Monday.
The ban applies to media outlets owned by the BNs, Russia’s state-owned media conglomerate, and those affiliated with the party.
The news outlet RIA Novosti, which first reported the ban, reported the move as a response to “propaganda by far-right organizations.”
Russia’s propaganda watchdog, the Federal Security Service, also banned all media outlets that are “not related to the government” and “are financed by the government,” RIA reported.
RIA cited the state-run Sputnik news agency, which is owned by a former Russian intelligence officer, as saying the decision was prompted by “anti-national” and anti-Russian sentiments on social media.
Russia will ban TV advertisements for the BN party from the Belt Bridge movement in the Russian Federation and other…
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