President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy put into effect the decision of the National Security and Defense Council of the country (NSDC) to block access to a number of Russian companies. The corresponding decree was signed by the head of state, informs Internet newspaper “Strana.ua”, which published screenshots of the document.
In accordance with the decision of the Security Council, restrictive measures will affect 12 Russian companies. In particular, the websites of Rostelecom and the publications Moskovsky Komsomolets and Versiya will be blocked.
In addition, the restrictions will affect Business News Media JSC, as well as its Vedomosti website, the Historical Perspective Research Foundation, the Mutual Assistance Association for Charitable Assistance and other legal entities.
Earlier, the Ukrainian leader announced the de-occupation of Crimea. “There will be a central office in Kiev, and in many countries where there are signatories, certain areas related to the de-occupation of Crimea will open there,” Zelensky said. Zelensky added that some countries will not be able to take part in the Crimean Platform due to pressure from Russia.