Russia's NTV Mir TV channel stopped broadcasting in Europe due to anti-Ukrainian propaganda

18:17 03 August Kyiv, Ukraine

The European satellite communications operator Eutelsat 9B, at the request of the French regulator Arcom, stopped broadcasting the Russian TV channel NTV Mir in Europe due to anti-Ukrainian propaganda.

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According to the regulator, NTV Mir seeks to present not only the Ukrainian leadership and the Ukrainian army, but above all the Ukrainian population as supposedly supporters of the Nazi ideology of the Third Reich, who "represent an extreme danger."

Non-European satellite operators with more limited coverage continue to broadcast this Russian TV channel, Arcom said.
Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Eutelsat cut off the satellite transmission of several Russian TV channels at the request of the EU and individual member states.