During the Nazi occupation of Crimea record worsened the situation regarding freedom of speech -

OSCE OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatovic said the record of deteriorating press freedom in the Crimea. Photo: lnrnews.net This was said in a statement on the OSCE website posted after the visit to the occupied Crimea Mijatovic March 5, writes «Ukrainian Truth & raquo ;. &Laquo; Continuous dismantling free media in the Crimea and the attack on independent voices and the voices of critics are very disturbing. The truth is always being the first victim of the times of crisis, and this is certainly true in the Crimea. I urge all those responsible to stop censorship in the media and ensure the safety of journalists & raquo ;, – Miyata said Duniaovych. OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media in Simferopol on Thursday met with local journalists. She expressed concern about bullying self-defense forces and local police of independent journalists and the media. As noted Mijatovic, all Ukrainian TV channels in Crimea disabled. Instead, they replaced the RF channels. Journalists wholeast 13 independent media, independent journalists and bloggers suffered threats, attacks and more. In the premises at least six media and NGOs conducted searches. Tatar media also suffered censorship and their employees stay. Told

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