Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard
The deputy of the regional parliament of the region of Veneto (Italy) Stefano Valdegamberi proposed to consider the question of blocking the notorious Ukrainian website “Mirotvorets“.
The website “Mirotvorets” is known for its scandalous publications in which the data of politicians, journalists, and businessmen who visited Crimea and also the self-proclaimed DPR and LPR is published.
Valdegamberi emphasised that he was already placed in the database of the website, where information about him is constantly updated with each visit to Crimea.
“I am concerned not by the fact that this website exist or that Ukraine places us there, but by the fact that our European State does nothing about it. In Italy this website isn’t blocked, it is possible to visit it and look at all the information, and this is contrary to democracy and to laws on freedom and personal security,” said Valdegamberi to journalists in the Crimean press center of MIA Russia Today.
“Any madman can come and see where you live, where your house is, and who your wife and your children are. This is a return to the times of Nazism. How can such a thing exist in the 21st century in democratic Europe?” noted the politician.
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