A meeting with representatives of the Belsat TV channel,Telewizja Polska S.A., was held at the MCIP

On April 27, Minister of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine, Oleksandr Tkachenko had a meeting with the director of the Belsat TV Telewizja Polska S.A. Agnieszka Romaszewska Guzy, her deputy Alyaksey Dzikavitski, and the head of the channel’s representative office in Ukraine, Ilya Suzdalev.

The parties discussed possible options and ways of cooperation in countering disinformation spread by the illegitimate authorities of the republic of belarus and the aggressor country of the russian federation.

The channel’s representative office has been operating in Ukraine since 2018, with its office located in Kyiv. Due to the increase in broadcasting volumes about Ukraine in recent years, a new expanded office of the TV channel has been opened for Ukraine.

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The Belsat TV channel is a part of the public television of the Republic of Poland (Telewizja Polska S.A.), which is financed by the government of the Republic of Poland. The channel was created in 2007 by Polish and Belarusian journalists who were unable to carry out their professional activities in belarus at that time.

From the first days of the full-scale russian invasion, the channel has been actively covering events in Ukraine, bringing the truth about the war to its audience, the vast majority of whom are Russians and Belarusians.

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