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 NSDC Secretary Turchynov tested system that jams anti-Ukrainian broadcast in Donbas. PHOTOS

Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov has tested the first developmental prototype of a complex system for information countermeasures.

Censor.NET reports citing the NSDC press service.

Turchynov said the complex system for information countermeasures, as promised, should be deployed along the demarcation line in the Donbas and will "allow efficiently jamming anti-Ukrainian broadcast."

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"It's important that this system allows blocking selected analogue, digital, and satellite TV and radio channels that broadcast separatist and pro-Russian propaganda, and at the same time without interfering with Ukrainian broadcast," NSDC secretary said.

He reminded that the funds for the system were allocated by the Cabinet upon his request.

Turchynov said the tests were successful: "Russian and separatist channels have been reliably blocked, and Ukrainian were unhindered and reached receivers."

It requires about four months to deploy the system along the entire demarcation line.

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