In Ukraine banned the sale of tales about the Russian knights
MOSCOW, 5 Dec — RIA Novosti. The national Committee for television and radio broadcasting of Ukraine has banned to sell in the country published in Russian tales of heroes, reports the Ukrainian edition of “Vesti”.
The prohibition referred to two books: “Ilya Muromets and Nightingale the robber: stories about Russian heroes” and “Powerful Russian tales”.
The decision was adopted on the proposal of the expert Council under the state Committee of Ukraine, which selects published in Russian books and gives recommendations concerning their entry into the country.
Since the beginning of the work the Council has forbidden to sell in Ukraine, more than a dozen books. Among them, the “Great encyclopedia student”, composed by Sean Connolly, “Stalingrad” British historian Anthony Beevor, the Russian language textbook “I’ve got it right. From “Primer” to the ability of neat and clear handwriting” and two works of the writer Boris Akunin, on the history of Russia.