Ukrainian military Dmitry Antonov said his friend, who is a member of the special operations in the Donbass, was beaten in the Dnipro (Dnipropetrovsk) as if only for the fact that he asked the employees of the cafe to change the channel " Russia-1 ".
"then (the request to change the channel) intervened in the conflict, two men of a sports Constitution. They did offer to Dmitry and his friend to go outside, where they waited seven or eight people who started the fight, writes " Apostrophe ".- Antonov told me that his friend Nicholas, a member of ATO, beaten, and he was admitted to hospital in a state of crisis. The narrator himself also suffered, he broke eyebrow ".
from the very beginning of the letter about the incident Antonov announced on Facebook, and Later a letter was deleted by the administration of the social network, but the text has been preserved and reprinted in the Ukrainian media. According to Antonov, the men in the cafe were against channel switching " brotherly people ", he said, " is not separable?", Then all went outside, where a scuffle broke out. Remember that since July 2014 in Ukraine banned the retransmission of the First channel, " RTR-Planeta ", " Russia-24 ", " NTV-Mir ", ТVCI (TV Center), " Russia 1 ", NTV TNT, " Petersburg 5 ", " Zvezda ", REN-TV, Life News, RT, RBK-TV. Later the list was greatly expanded. Since July 7, in the list of prohibited made such Russian channels as " the Smile of the child ", " Psychology 21 ", " Hunting and fishing ", "Orthodox TV" Soyuz ", Amazing Life, Look TV, a " Mini Movie ", "Real Funny TV" and Footschool TV. The power of the Russian media have repeatedly recognized the majority of the Ukrainian policy. In mid-September, speaking at the opening of a kindergarten in the river (former Dnepropetrovsk), the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, one of the challenges for the young generation called " get off the needle of Russian counter-propaganda ". What famous Ukrainian opposition blogger Anatoly Shary reminded the President that " counter-propaganda, but they are fighting with propaganda."