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In Dnieper have decided to forbid the Russian songs - RIA Novosti, 9/4/2018


MOSCOW, 4 Sep — RIA Novosti. In the city of Dnieper (before renaming I was called Dnipropetrovsk) are going to forbid the Russian songs. The draft document "About the Ban of Reproduction of Songs of the Russian Performers in the territory of the City of Dnieper" is available on the website of the Dnieper city council. Restrictions have to concern not only the Russian performers, but also Ukrainian, supporting "the armed aggression of Russia against Ukraine". In the draft decision it is specified that in the territory of the city it will be impossible to lose songs in public transport, restaurants, cultural institutions and rest, hotels and other public places. Earlier deputies of the Verkhovna Rada suggested to forbid tours of the Russian actors in Ukraine, and Ukrainian — in Russia. Besides, the Russian actors repeatedly got under the ban on entrance on Ukraine because of visit of the Crimea. For example, the singer Yulia Samoylova couldn't make a speech at the Eurovision-2017. In the black list there were also Yury Loza, Vyacheslav Butusov, Sergey Shnurov, DJ Smash, Bianka and others.

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