In a statement, Dojd said it had opened a new editorial office in Latvia and received a license for distribution in the European Union. She specifies that she will have studios in Riga, Amsterdam, Tbilisi and Paris.
“During these four and a half months that Dojd did not work, a bloody and senseless war, waged by the leaders of Russia against Ukraine, has continued, people are dying, lives are being destroyed,” the channel said.
“Today, more than ever, Russian citizens must have access to independent information”, she continued, believing that the conflict in Ukraine “destroys Ukrainian cities and the future of Russia”.
She affirms that she will gradually resume her broadcasting in free access on social networks, on YouTube and on television networks.
Launched in 2008, the Dojd channel has since actively covered major protest movements in Russia.
In 2021, she had been classified by the Russian courts as a “foreign agent”, a status involving heavy administrative constraints under penalty of fines or banning, and which had already greatly complicated his work.