Ukrainian TV channel began broadcasting in the Tatar language to the Crimea
UATV Channel, which provides Ukraine’s international broadcasting abroad, began broadcasting in the Crimean Tatar language abroad and in the Crimea.
This was reported by a member of the National Council of Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine, Serhiy Kostinsky.
"Ukrainian news in the Crimean Tatar language appeared on UATV for the Crimean Tatar diaspora. It is the first time the state prioritized Crimean Tatar as the language of public broadcasting to foreign countries,” he said.
Kostinsky added that the channel signal can be received via satellite within Crimea.
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