Modern Russian printing was under close scrutiny by the whole world, because today she is in demand world of information alternatives, said Chairman of the international Affairs Committee of the Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev.
MOSCOW, 13 Jan. The Russian press has come under close scrutiny around the world, as bears sought-after information alternatives, said the Chairman of the Committee on international Affairs of the Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev.
In his opinion, a mandatory attribute of high-quality and authoritative media today is efficiency, accuracy of estimates, reliability of sources and relying on the facts.
“Very pleased that these qualities are inherent in the modern Russian press. Especially in conditions when it was under close scrutiny by literally the whole world, as bears sought after worldwide information alternatives. Even single defects reproached for years, and progress cause irritation and open resentment from those who are accustomed to the media mind, the only correct picture of world events,” wrote Kosachev on Wednesday on the page in Facebook.
According to him, for the last time “our “fourth estate” has been strengthened, firmly on his feet, regaining its place in the system of social relations, being not only in the thick of things (which is natural), but is largely a full participation in setting the agenda for the state and society (important!)”.
Russian press day marked on January 13 according to the decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR of 28 December 1991.