Russia objects to the decision of Ukraine on broadcasting foreign films after dubbing

Russia objects to the decision of Ukraine on broadcasting foreign films after dubbing
# 10 January 2008 10:25 (UTC +04:00)
The chief of the Court Andrey Strijak said that foreign films would not be aired or distributed if they are not dubbed in Ukrainian or post-synchronized or do not have the captioning data in the state language.
He said that Constitutional Court made this decision after investigating country legislation and international acts which Ukraine joined and decided that translation of films to state language will not violate rights of national minorities.
The decision caused objection of Russian government. Russian Foreign Ministry’s press and information department accused Ukraine of not fulfilling its international commitments. Official Moscow regards that the decision is contrary to European Charter on the language of minorities.
“This Charter’s fulfillment in Ukraine also arouses anxiety,” they said. /APA/
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