“Unfortunately, I must inform readers that on Monday, the magazine will not come either in the stalls or in the shops, or to the subscribers. The printing house on Pushkin square, which was printed in the magazine for 8 years, before which we have zero debt, reported that the next room she can not be printed,” — said in a live radio station “Echo of Moscow” chief editor Evgenia Albats.
In the output log States that it is printed in CJSC “Almaz-press”. On the company’s website States that from may 1 all production facilities are located on the basis of Polygraphic complex “Pushkinskaya Square”.
The printing house “Pushkin square” promised to associate with the sales Department and stopped answering calls. The telephone number listed on the website “Almaz-press”, also promised to associate with the user.
In February 2016 The New Times got its first warning from Roskomnadzor. The Supervisory authority has found a violation in the article “Just war,” published in the January issue of the journal under the heading “the January of our discontent”. Mentioned in the text banned in Russia organization “Right sector”, but the submission does not indicate that its activities were banned by the Supreme court.