Searches in the wording of the Crimean Tatar TV channel ATR is not associated with its editorial policy and moreover do not wear any national implications, said Last news Vice-Premier of the Crimean government Ruslan Balbec.
first it was announced that in the framework of the investigation of the criminal case initiated on the fact of causing death by negligence to two local residents in February 2014 during the meeting, the office TV ATR, which has videos of these events were Searched as " Authorized the specified broadcaster did not want to provide them on request of the investigator ".
"These investigations are not connected with the editorial policy of the channel or with a correspondent of the activities of some of its employees, and moreover do not wear any national implications," said Balbec.
He tried to convince to stop any insinuatio around this conflict and to refrain, and among them the Ukrainian politicians, from jumping to conclusions.
" we have to wait for the test results, and then you can explain what is happening. Most spiteful critics have already started to politicize the present investigations on the TV channel, to declare to the world as if about the infringement of freedom of speech in the Crimea and the violation of the rights of Crimean Tatars. Unacceptable by substitution of concepts to try to influence the course of the investigation, " drew the attention of the Deputy Prime Minister.
now the channel continues to broadcast in analog, cable and satellite mode.
information received investigation, on February 26 last year at the building of the Verkhovna Rada of Crimea at the rally, which was attended with one hand Authorized " Russian unity ", and on the backward of the Majlis of the Crimean Tatars, between protesters clashed in the end, two of the local population lost their lives.
Crimea and Sevastopol, do not recognise the legitimacy of the revolution in the Ukraine, became the Russian regions after the referendum in March 2014, where the overwhelming number of respondents were in favour of joining Russia.