According to the watchdog, the Google company has not fulfilled the court's ruling and is still allowing the Telegram Messenger Limited Liability Partnership to use its IP addresses to avoid the blocking.
"That is why Roskomnadzor added the IP addresses of Google, which are used by Telegram to operate in Russia, to the list of banned web resources," the organization's statement on the VK social network read.
On Monday, Roskomnadzor began blocking the Telegram messenger in Russia in accordance with a court decision. Later, information emerged that Telegram began to use Amazon and Google IP addresses to bypass the blocking, and the agency began to block these IPs as well.
According to the security service, the messenger is often being used by terrorists to coordinate terror attacks on Russian soil.