Such a decision was made at a regional council meeting on Tuesday, November 6, according to an Ukrinform correspondent.
"The decision to impose a moratorium on the public use of Russian-language cultural products in any form on the territory of the Ternopil region until the complete cessation of Russia's occupation of Ukraine's territory was adopted at today's session. […] It will be made public on the website of the regional council," the regional council's spokesperson, Tetiana Tarasenko, told the news agency's correspondent on Tuesday.
In September 2018, a ban on the public use of Russian-language cultural products was introduced in Lviv region. The issue concerns the reproduction of any audiovisual works at entertainment establishments.
In late October 2018, a similar moratorium was introduced in Zhytomyr region.
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