Deputies in the city of Kremenchug made a decision to ban advertising passenger travels to the temporarily occupied Crimea and recreation on the peninsula, reads a statement published on the website of the City Council.
“According to the decision, advertisements, promoting passenger travels and leisure in the annexed Crimea and placed on stationary ad facilities, overpasses, outer surface of buildings, structures, transport, and public transport stops, are prohibited,” the report says.
It was reported earlier that on August 11, the Executive Committee of the Vinnytsia City Council banned any advertising of holiday in Crimea as well as passenger travels to the temporarily occupied territories of Donbas.
In addition, members of the Dnipro City Council adopted a decision of July 27 to ban advertising travels and recreation in the annexed Crimea.
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