OREANDA-NEWS The Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media of Russia (Roskomnadzor, or RKN) restricted access to one of the articles on the website of The Daily Telegraph at the request of the Prosecutor General's Office. At the moment, the entire website of this British media outlet is not available in Russia.

According to the information posted in the RKN universal service for checking the blocking of pages and sites, access to one of the pages on the site https://www.telegraph.co.uk is restricted in the Russian Federation. The page was posted on February 23 and continues an article on Russia's actions on the territory of Ukraine. The page was blocked at the request of the Prosecutor General's Office on April 22 in accordance with Art. 15.3 of the Law "On Information", which regulates the restriction of access to sites with calls for riots, extremist activities and unreliable publicly significant information (so-called fakes).

The site of the newspaper uses the https network protocol, that is why blocking one of the pages led to the unavailability of the entire site on the territory of Russia. The resource is remaining unavailable in the country.