Crimean Tatar children and has not received a Russian license for the reason that the documents filed with violations, and Crimean Tatar, said the Deputy head of the Ministry Alexey Volin in response to the request of the Council for human rights.
ATR worked in Crimea due to the license issued by the authorities of Ukraine, and after crossing the Peninsula to Russia he needed a Russian license. April 1 television channel has stopped broadcasting in Crimea, because he couldn't get it in time. Commissioners told ATR that Roskomnadzor has delayed their applications for registration. The regulator at the end of April, explained that four times ATR filed an incomplete set of documents, and its broadcasting terminated at the request of the owners.
"TV channels ATR T, LALE, radio Meydan' is not passed in a timely registration procedure in the Russian media because of incorrect registration of all necessary documents, in violation of the requirements of the law of the Russian Federation in the field of media, " said Volin.
the Deputy Minister added that the Channels themselves are not unique - registered More than twenty media broadcasting in the Crimean Tatar language, among which five TV channels, eight radio channels and ten periodicals.
in connection with the closing of ATR Crimean authorities decided, at the request of the Crimean Tatar organizations - to make a new Crimean Tatar television channel " millet ".