Publications are asked not to mention the position of Vladimir Zelensky, or use the phrase “Zelensky regime.”
Russian media leaders received a directive from the Russian Presidential Administration, requiring them to stop calling Vladimir Zelensky the president of Ukraine. This is what Kholod reported on Monday, September 18.
The requirement applies to all types of media, including television channels and online media, media employees who received such an order told Kholod.
According to the interlocutors of the publication, they are trying to impose new standards on all editorial offices under their control: “from TASS to Ridovka.”
Kremlin representatives suggest that publications not mention Vladimir Zelensky’s position, or use the phrase “Zelensky regime” when covering his activities. In addition to headings, this requirement also applies to other parts of the text of the material. The main focus at the moment is the headlines so that when the information is sent to the news aggregators, Vladimir Zelensky is not officially named president.
Earlier it was reported that the Russian media received a manual about “Nazi-Satanists” in Kyiv.
Let’s remember that the former director of RT, who called for the drowning of Ukrainian children, received new suspicion.
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