Vilnius Regional Administrative Court on Friday rejected the request by Lithuania's Radio and Television Commission to halt broadcasting of the Russian-language TV channel Ren TV Baltic's programs. The commission had asked to suspend broadcasting of programmes produced outside the European Union for 3 months.
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Sigita Jacinevičienė Baltaduonė, spokeswoman for the court, confirmed to BNS that the request was rejected.

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