Russian Z-patriot Shaman, who became Putin's confidant, was blacklisted by the Ministry of Culture with actor Kravchenko
Two new Russian artists have been added to the list of persons who pose a threat to Ukraine's national security: actor Aleksey Kravchenko and singer Yaroslav Dronov, known by his stage name Shaman . The decision of the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy punished them for publicly supporting the war and genocide of Ukrainians.
No one else was added to the blacklist in 2023, and no one was removed from it,Interfax-Ukraine reports. Currently, the list of people who threaten national security consists of 213 people.
The people on this list are subject to severe sanctions. Such measures are part of Ukraine's policy of limiting Russian cultural influence.
The day before, it became known that the State Film Agency banned the screening of two films featuring Kravchenko: "The Little Imp" (1995) and the Czech-Slovak-Ukrainian film "The Painted Chick" (2019).
This was due to his systematic support of the Kremlin, participation in filming propaganda projects, criticizing colleagues who supported Ukraine, and spreading false narratives.
As for the singer Dronov, his tracks are actively used for propaganda concerts. The artist himself has repeatedly jumped in the temporarily occupied Crimea, and recently it became known that the young Z-patriot has served so well that he even became a confidant of Russian President-dictator Vladimir Putin in the 2024 elections.
As OBOZ.UA wrote earlier, Russian propagandists have launched another fake about Shaman's performance in Kyiv. The media are actively publishing the announcement of the concert, which, as our editorial team has learned, was made with the help of Photoshop. Follow the link for details.