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Ukraine has a major issue with the media being financed not only by Ukrainians, Zelensky says.
17:30, 14 October 2020
Two of the detainees are citizens of Ukraine.
19:55, 07 August 2020
The RFE/RL president urged the Ukrainian authorities to "hold accountable those who commit actions that undermine the public's belief in Ukraine's commitment to freedom of expression."
23:30, 03 November 2019
The court's order also would allow authorities to review all text messages sent and received on Sedletska's phone during the 17-month period, as well as other data.
18:35, 04 September 2018
His comments come against a backdrop of a clampdown on freedom of expression online, with a growing number of Russians being prosecuted for their posts and comments, and even for their “shares” and “likes.”
11:40, 17 August 2018
One of the key fears is that the bill would give dangerous power to investigators, prosecutors and judges to arbitrarily determine whether certain information on a particular website was prohibited.
10:00, 25 June 2018
<p>The European Union admits that national security is a prerogative of the Ukrainian authorities, at the same time noting Brussels expects that the restrictive measures do not affect the right to free expression, that’s according to a statement by Jurgis Vilcinskas, Head of the Press and Information Section at the EU Delegation to Ukraine.</p>
17:50, 19 May 2017