Non-governmental organization, the Committee of protection of correspondents (CPJ) called on Wednesday with an open letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin, urging him to provide the freedom of the press in Crimea.
"according to the CPJ conducted research, regional authorities issued decrees on removal of the ether of several Ukrainian and Crimean broadcasting companies ", - told in the organization.
Only 232, or 8% of the media were registered in the Roskomnadzor." certain media are associated with the Crimean Tatar minority, and among them the independent that distribute news in the Crimean Tatar language, said about the fact that they were denied registration or application for registration has been " shelved ", - explained in the organization, adding that 13 of the Crimean Tatar mass media re-registered Only 3.
As before stated the head of Roskomnadzor Alexander Zharov, the Crimean Tatar TV channel ATR four times gave the knob incomplete set of documents for registration, and its broadcasting was terminated by the owners. At the request of the Crimean Tatar organizations in connection with the closing of ATR will create a new Crimean Tatar television channel " millet ".
"Violations of the law about mass media documented in a large volume of members of the Council for development of civil society and human rights is an Advisory body to Your administration