Commenting on the law to protect Ukraine TV and radio information space banning the showing of some openly propagandist Russian films, Oleh Nalyvajko, the head of the State Committee for Radio and TV, said Apr. 2 Poland will help Ukraine in this area.
The Russian films glorifying its army and politicians will be replaced Polish films for a token pay, Telekrytyka media watchdog says.
The Polish private Polsat channel proposed replacing Russian films with the Polish ones. Polsat has 31 films and a serial.
Several co-production projects are also possible, the official said.