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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Permanent representative of Ukraine to the Council of Europe protested continuing to work “Classmates”

Permanent representative of Ukraine to the Council of Europe Dmitry Kuleba was indignant on his Twitter account that despite the extension by the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko sanctions against the Russian media and social networks, using Ukrainian providers you can still go to the “Classmates”.

“I found a relative on the phone Classmates. Why some work,” wrote Kuleba.

He also cited a screenshot of the network, where visitors to congratulate you on Russia Day and remind the Ukrainian language that at OK Live, you can watch 15 Jun straight line with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Kuleba called it one of the reasons why the social network shouldn’t work in Ukraine.

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