As for November 24, no contracts on distributing “Nasha Niva” or “Narodnaya Volya” newspapers were signed.
“Nasha Niva” website reports it. In the mean time, administration of Belposhta state post distributing organisations says independent editions won’t have equal conditions of distributions with state-run press.
“I can’t say exactly whether it wil be a catalogue insert. They may be written down in additional lines in catalogues for villages. If there is an opportunity, they may be printed or inserted in catalogues for big cities and regional centers. I can’t say they will be included in the catalogue everywhere,” Aksana Chychko, deputy head of the subscription department of Belposhta in an interview to Euroradio.
It should be reminded that Interfax quoted the word of Lukashenka’s aide Usevalad Yancheuski who said those independent editions had allegedly appeared in kiosks.
“Narodnaya Volya” and “Nasha Niva” were pout back in the state system of distributing of periodical media. These newspapers appeared in kiosks last week,” Usevalad Yancheuski said.