Zelenskyy combines Ukrainian TV channels into one platform

Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the President of Ukraine, has decreed that all Ukrainian television channels will be consolidated into a single platform in order to combat disinformation. “Tell the truth about the war,” his office announced on Sunday.

In one Press Statement, Zelenskyy’s office explained that a “unified information policy in martial law”It is a matter of national security. “the direct military aggression of the Russian Federation, the active dissemination of false information by the aggressor state, [and] distort information, justify or deny the armed aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine…”

“United News,” the platform, as it has been called, will primarily consist of “news and/or analytical news programs on a single strategic communications news platform.” It will be a “24-hour information marathon,” the statement said.

The decree suspends all private media companies in Ukraine for the time being. “shall enter into force on the day of its publication”.

Another press release on the President’s website AnnouncementTemporarily ban “all activity”11 political parties may have “ties” with the Russian Federation

Zelenskyy also available on Sundays CNN that he is ready to start negotiations with Russian President Vladimir Putin after Russia enters its fourth week of war against Ukraine.

“I am ready to negotiate with him. I had been ready for two years. And I think without negotiations we cannot end this war,” he said. “I think you have to use any format, any chance to have a chance to negotiate, [a] opportunity to talk to Putin. But if these attempts fail, it would mean that it is a third world war.

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