The Ministry of Culture of Azerbaijan has shared
information on the 'Sisters Apart' anti-Turkish film in Azerbaijan,
trend reports via the Ministry.
According to the current legislation, local and
foreign films intended for rental in the country, are presented to
the audience in the cinemas only after registration, which is done
by the Ministry of Culture of Azerbaijan in the State Register and
obtaining the screening license.
'Regarding the 'Sisters Apart' film, we announce that
this film has not obtained a screening license from the Ministry
and is not intended to be shown either in the Nizami Cinema Center,
operating under the Ministry of Culture, or in private cinemas in
the country. In terms of the film screening at other non-cinematic
sites, the decisions on this matter are not within the competence
of Azerbaijan's Ministry of Culture,' said in the statement.
Furthermore, the Ministry stated that screenings of
this film in non-cinematic sites are unacceptable.
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