Pavlenko announced this after a roundtable on television and radio broadcasting for children and the protection of children from negative content on the Internet, television and radio, which was held at the National Council on Television and Radio Broadcasting.
The children’s ombudsman said that in recent years, the rapid development of information and communication technologies had provoked an active public debate about the negative impact of the media, in particular, television, on the morale of children.
"Our main objective is to provide high-quality television broadcasting for children, which would promote the full development of children and form a proper system of values and beliefs. Television, radio and the Internet should promote family values, the desire for knowledge, communication, and healthy lifestyle. This is the position of the head of state," Pavlenko said.