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10 Apr 2018

Belarusian mass media told to stick to honest, sincere reporting

Belarusian mass media told to stick to honest, sincere reporting

MINSK, 10 April (BelTA) – Mass media should not abandon moral principles and should act sincerely and honestly. Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko made the relevant statement as he met with representatives of the country’s largest state-run mass media on 10 April, BelTA has learned.

Participants of the meeting raised the matter of responsibility of mass media in today’s complicated conditions when fake news are capable of seriously influencing the public opinion. The head of state stressed that he supports sincere and honest politics and advised the mass media to do the same. “One may abandon principles but time will pass and will clear up things,” he noted.

Alexander Lukashenko believes that mass media must remain objective however hard and complicated it may be. Belarusians continue building their own country. It is important to preserve moral principles on this road.

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