This was reported on the website of the edition.
- "Komsomolskaya Pravda" has been published in more than 50 countries, including the countries that have passed through the de-communization. And only in Ukraine, the law has forced the newspaper with 90-year history to change the name, said the Chief Editor Oksana Bogdanova.
According to the editor, renaming the newspaper is a mere formality, and the editors are forced to do it since the law requires it.
- Our goal is to preserve, and ideally to increase our audience. Therefore, we we will change nothing but name. The headings will remain the same, plus new ones will be added. We stay true to our traditions and regular readers, commented Oksana Bogdanova in a telephone conversation with the QHA correspondent.
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