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The Internet periodical PRAVDA On-line was registered by the RF Ministry for Press, Television, and Media November 3, 1999. The registration number is Øí 77-2037. PRAVDA
On-line has been published since January 27, 1999, in close cooperation with the publishers of PPAVDA.Ru.
PRAVDA On-line was founded by a group of contributors to Pravda, standing up for the independence of the oldest Russian newspaper from the Greek partners of the former
editor-in-chief, Gennady Seleznev.
In 1994, most of Pravda's journalists left the newspaper, which was then controlled by Greek swindlers, and began to contest in court their right to publish the newspaper.
In 1997, in all instances, the courts confirmed the rights of the Pravda journalists, who united in close cooperation with the newspaper Pravda's editorial staff to publish
Pravda. The newspaper has been enjoying its independent status for over a year.
In 1998, after the leaders of the RF Communist Party put pressure on the judicial authorities and the public prosecutor, the rights to the newspaper were assigned to the
Communist Party. Therefore, only one Pravda newspaper, the version that belongs to the Communist Party, is currently being published in Russia, although the rights and the
trademark were assigned to another organization located in the USA. The original of the certificate assigned by the press ministry, which was granted in 1991, is being kept
in Greece. Pravda contributors had to turn to the virtual world, and the first version of the Russian Internet daily PRAVDA On-line began to be produced in 1999. In spite
of the fact that the journalists of both versions keep in touch with each other, they have different conceptions regarding the coverage of the life of our country and
abroad. As opposed to the newspaper Pravda, which analyses events from the point of view of the party's interests, PRAVDA On-line bases itself on a pro-Russian approach to
forming the newspaper's policy.