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HomeNewsOrganization of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine20.05.2024, 11:09

Urgent issues of Ukraine's book publishing industry under martial law discussed at the NSDC Office

photo_21.05.2024.jpegOn 17 May 2024, on behalf of Secretary of the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine Oleksandr Lytvynenko, an interagency meeting was held at the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine chaired by Head of the Information Security and Cybersecurity Service Nataliia Tkachuk to discuss the preservation of the production capacity of book publishing and printing houses under martial law.

Among the participants were representatives of the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine, the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy, the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, the State Committee for Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine, the Ministry of Community Development, Territorial and Infrastructure Development of Ukraine, the Ukrainian Association of Publishers and Book Distributors, the Ukrainian Book Institute, Ukrzaliznytsia and regional military administration.

"The Ukrainian book is a tool to preserve and transmit historical heritage, national identity, an important element of our education and science, and information sustainability. Nowadays, the publishing industry, like other information infrastructure, is suffering from constant destructive attacks from the terrorist country. Thus, preserving our publishing capacities is extremely important", - said Nataliia Tkachuk, Head of Information Security and Cybersecurity.

The meeting discussed the current situation and threats to the functioning of the publishing sector in the context of the full-scale invasion of russia, relocation of book publishers and printing houses from the active hostilities zone, as well as scenarios to respond to the existing challenges and create mechanisms to support the industry.