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Abkhazia will suppress Radio Liberty in case of its illegal broadcasting2009-10-07 17:45
The statement was made by Kristian Bzhania, the head of the information and mass media department.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"No-one from the Radio Liberty editorial office turned over the matter to structures, competent to decide upon these issues, in Abkhazia" , he said - ITAR TASS.
Bzhania announced that an attempt t broadcast illegally will be punished. "We'll take tough measures, including technical ones, up to the suppression of the radio signal. We have means. And then all this Georgian-Radio Liberty fraud will go to hell".
He also highlighted that "the worst time, the time of pirated radio-penetration into "enemy's territory" lingered behind the Prague editorial office of the radio station.
Previously Georgia Times reported that in November 2009 Radio Liberty starts broadcasting in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Residents will be able to listen to everyday 1-hour program in Russian - Kavkazskiy Uzel.
Martins Zvaners, the radio station representative, said the Georgian and Russian editorial offices will prepare the program, journalists from all around the region - Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Georgia and Russia will be involved.