Dorenko called ridiculous ban of Ukraine to import books in the Internet era
Famous Russian journalist, chief editor of radio station "Moscow speaking" Sergey Dorenko called ridiculous in the Internet age, the prohibition of the Ukrainian authorities the importation of a number of books by Russian authors. However, he denied he was the author of one of the prohibited Kiev books.
before the State Committee for television and radio broadcasting of Ukraine has asked the fiscal service of the country to include in the list of items that are prohibited from entry into Ukraine, publications like the anti-Ukrainian contents. Fiscal service published a list of 38 books, which are forbidden to import from Russia. In it among other includes books Donetsk writer Fyodor Berezin " War 2010. Ukrainian front "(2009) and " Ukrainian front. Red stars over independence "(2014), book George Savitsky " battlefield - Ukraine. Broken Trident "and the work of Gleb Bobrov" Ukraine in flames ". It was stated that similarly to the prohibited list included the book by Alexander Dugin " Ukraine. My War. Geopolitical diary " and "Eurasian Russian revenge, "book" Kiev kaput "Eduard Limonov and" Donbass - smokescreen Putin?" Sergei Dorenko.
"Ukrainians once more, in the Internet age It's ridiculous," Dorenko said Fins news .
Thus he has noticed that has no relation to the book mentioned above.
"This is another controversial magazine edition of" Algorithm ", which without the approval of the people makes their texts. My book comes out at the end of the month in the print house " Eksmo ", - explained the head of Department.