Maxim Galkin was excluded from the black list of the Ministry of Culture

Maxim Galkin was excluded from the black list of the Ministry of Culture

Maxim Galkin was excluded from the black list of the Ministry of Culture. The fact that the Russian comedian is not on the list was noticed by Interfax-Ukraine on June 22. According to the website of the Ministry of Culture, the last changes to the list were made on June 21. What exactly is not indicated, however, Galkin's surname has disappeared.

At the moment, there are 209 people on the list of persons threatening the national security of Ukraine. After Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, only one person was brought into it – Russian propagandist Vladimir Solovyov. Opposite his name is the date 03/25/2022.

Maxim Galkin publicly condemned Russia's attack on Ukraine and left the Russian Federation with his wife, singer Alla Pugacheva, and their two children. The Russian humorist began to give concerts in Israel. He sent part of his earnings to Ukrainian refugees.

In early March, Russian TV channels removed an advertisement for Uralsib Bank with Galkin. In June, Nikolai Tsiskaridze became the new host of the Tonight show on Channel One instead of Maxim.

Galkin was blacklisted by the Ministry of Culture in November 2021. The SBU explained this with “sufficient data on its activities to the detriment of Ukraine.”

The Black List of the Ministry of Culture appeared in Ukraine in the summer of 2015. However, now there will be a white list of Russian artists. The creation of a new list involves a law adopted by the Verkhovna Rada banning Russian music. To get on the white list, you need to sign a declaration condemning Russian aggression. This will make it possible to tour in Ukraine, and the music of the artists will be heard in public space.

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