Writers' Union suspends publication of works by authors from Russia, Belarus, Armenia / Photo from Flickr
The National Writers' Union of Ukraine (NWUU) has decided to suspend the publication of works by authors from the countries that do not support the territorial integrity of Ukraine.
The following countries are on the list: the Russian Federation, Belarus, Venezuela, Armenia, Zimbabwe, Iran, Cambodia, Kyrgyzstan, China, North Korea, Cuba, Laos, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Serbia, Syria, and Sudan, the union's press service said in the Ukrainian Litgazeta online edition.
Read also SBU prevents unique edition of Shevchenko's Kobzar from being smuggled out of Ukraine (Photo) "Exceptions could be works by deceased authors of classics, as well as contemporary writers from those countries who support the territorial integrity of Ukraine and condemn the Russian Federation's aggression in public," it said.
It was also decided not to hold joint events (evenings, round tables, conferences) with the diplomatic missions of the aforementioned countries and prevent NWUU members' participation in any literary and artistic events initiated by representatives of the countries that support Russian aggression against Ukraine.
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