• By The Financial District

2 German Public Broadcasters To Resume Work In Moscow

Two German public broadcasters say they will resume reporting from their Moscow studios, after halting operations following the approval of Russian legislation penalizing any reports that authorities deem to be fake information about the country’s military.


Photo Insert: ARD and ZDF said last weekend that they were suspending reporting from Moscow while they examined the consequences of the measure, which foresees prison sentences of up to 15 years.



ARD and ZDF said last weekend that they were suspending reporting from Moscow while they examined the consequences of the measure, which foresees prison sentences of up to 15 years.


Several other Western media outlets made similar decisions, the Associated Press (AP) reported.



The broadcasters said Friday that they have now decided to resume reporting from their Moscow studios in the coming days on the “political, economic and social situation in Russia.”


However, reporting on the military situation in Ukraine will be done from other locations. ARD and ZDF said they will be transparent about “the special conditions” of reporting from Russia.



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