Georgia fined Russia’s TV

Georgian National Commission for Communications fined NTV, TV-Center “,” Russia “and” Culture “on charges of broadcasting on the territory of Abkhazia and South Ossetia without permission from the authorities of Georgia reported” Caucasian Knot “with reference to the commission.

This is not the first application of penalties to Russia’s television stations in Georgia. In August, the NTV television company TV-Center “,” Russia “and” Culture “has already been fined by the Commission in absentia to 50 thousand lari, or about 30 thousand dollars. Then the commission required them to immediately stop broadcasting on the territory of Georgia without proper authorization.

Specifying the commission has not been met, so now every TV company was fined 500 thousand lari, or about 300 thousand dollars.

According to the commission, “Channel One, NTV, TV-Center”, “Russia” and “Culture” violated paragraph 1, note 144 th article of the Administrative Code of Georgia ( “Activities in the field of broadcasting without a license), and also article 6 of the Law “On Occupied Territories” ( “Limitation of economic activity in the occupied territories”).

6 December 2009 | "tv-center", culture, fine, ntv, prosecution, russia

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