Twenty-five books published in Russia banned for sale in Ukraine
The State Committee for Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine has refused to issue permits for import to Ukraine of 25 books published in Russia in 2015-2017 on the basis of a negative conclusion by the expert council on the analysis and evaluation of printed products.
The list of products banned to be sold in Ukraine, which was approved on January 10 this year, includes Antony Beevor's "Stalingrad," two books by Boris Akunin from the series "History of the Russian State," "Lenin's Daughter - A Look at History" by Edvard Radzinsky, "To My Matilde. Love Letters and Diaries of Nicholas II" by Boris Sokolov," "Orthodoxy: An Honest Conversation" by Archpriest Vsevolod Chaplin and others, including several books of children's literature.
Nine of the books banned for sale in Ukraine were published by the AST publishing house, seven by the Eksmo publishing house, five by the Zakharov publishing house, two by the Azbuka-Attikus publishing group, and one each by Hit-Kniga and Algoritm.