"This is western liberal democracy, which sends to our region BBC, CNN and other media broadcasters to speculate on war, its causes, and to demonize the whole nation. This is democracy which cannot compete with true facts and media, that is why they have to adopt such resolutions," Dodik was quoted as saying by Srna news agency.
European Parliament resolution on anti-Russian media is "unacceptable" and "symptomatic of the decay of Europe," Dodik added.
He stressed that Europe had previously advocated freedom of expression and speech, while now it was trying to suppress the opposite opinion.
"So the big question is what is going to happen when they [EU politicians] will get power to decide on our fate," Dodik added.
He emphasized that Sputnik and RT showed themselves as global media broadcasters, timely and honestly covering the various international events.
The resolution said that Sputnik and RT posed a danger to European unity and called for extra European Commission funding for counter-propaganda projects.
Sputnik responded by calling the move a direct violation of media freedom and human rights, while Russian President Vladimir Putin commented on the matter by pointing out that the document indicates a degradation of democracy in the West. Praising Sputnik and RT for their work, the president expressed hope that real media restrictions would not follow.