Ukrainian Ministry of Culture urged not to watch Russian TV series popular among young people
MOSCOW, December 8 – RIA Novosti. Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine telegram channel appealed to the country’s residents to refuse to watch a certain Russian series that is gaining popularity among Ukrainian youth.
The ministry does not specify the name of the series, but according to Ukrainian media, we are talking about the series “The Boy’s Promise. Blood on the Asphalt”.
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“A Russian-made series is being distributed in the Ukrainian Internet space, especially among young people, which directly spreads the violence and aesthetics inherent in the aggressor country. It contains hostile propaganda, whose existence in war conditions in Ukraine is unacceptable. … In its statement, the Ministry said that opinion leaders and “We call on all Ukrainian citizens to make an informed decision and permanently stop consuming Russian products,” he said.
As the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine emphasizes, Russian media content is not published on Ukrainian platforms, and Russian platforms are carefully blocked: there are already 22 Russian media services among those blocked for Ukrainian residents. However, the ministry added that bloggers continued to spread information about the new series, thus contributing to “Russian information and psychological operations” and encouraging the public to seek illegal ways to watch the series.
“The Boy’s Promise” starring Ruzil Minekaev, Ivan Yankovsky, Sergei Burunov and Zhora Kryzhovnikov. The first episodes of the “Blood on Asphalt” series were released in Wink and Start online theaters on November 9. The series tells the story of teenage criminal gangs against the backdrop of perestroika.
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