02:44 GMT08 May 2021
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    MOSCOW, April 30 (Sputnik) - Russian media watchdog Roskomnadzor on Friday sent a letter to Facebook and demanded to restore access to Redfish, a subsidiary of RT's global multimedia agency Ruptly.

    Earlier in the day, Redfish said that Facebook had deleted its page for posting archive photos commemorating the Holocaust and the defeat of the Fascist regime in Italy, deemed by the social media giant as a violation of its community standards.

    "Roskomnadzor demands to remove all imposed restrictions as soon as possible, inform the service about it, and also explain the reasons for blocking the account," the watchdog said in a statement.

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