Ukraine bans 38 Russian books

The Ukrainian authorities have made the list of books by Russian authors prohibited for import into the country, the press service of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine said.

The report from the agency says that "the State Committee for Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine has made the list of anti-Ukrainian publications prohibited for import into the customs territory of Ukraine".

According to media reports, the list includes books by Russian authors Nikolai Starikov "Ukraine. Chaos and Revolution - Weapons of the Dollar", Alexander Dugin's "Russia's Eurasian Revanche," Andrei Fursov's "A Cold Eastern Evening of the Russian Spring", Eduard Limonov's "Kiev Kaput," Sergei Dorenko's " Donbass, Putin's Smokescreen?", Sergei Glazyev's "Catastrophe. From American War to World War", Lev Vershinin's "Euromaidan. Who Destroyed Ukraine?" Yuri Mukhin's "Mass Violations of Human Rights in the Course of Civil Confrontation in Ukraine, 2013-2014" and others.

Ukrainian TV viewers may soon be deprived of the possibility to watch Russian TV shows, Pravda.Ru reports. Instead, Ukrainians will have to watch Korean films, officials at the National Council for Television and Radio Broadcasting said. 


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