Blogersha of Russia Alexander Mitroshina where in Kiev arrested the activists are going to ban entry to the territory of Ukraine. This is stated in the press service of the interior Ministry in Facebook.
The speaker of the State border service Andrey Demchenko said that when entering Mitroshina in Ukraine just failed to establish that she could visit the illegally annexed Crimea and is involved in the Russian media.
“In Ukraine, it arrived as a private person. Now that the guards already have the information that the given citizen could illegally visit the Crimea, at the time of her departure from Ukraine this information will be further tested,” – said Demchenko.
He also added, if it is confirmed that she illegally crossed the border, “it may be further marked with the prohibition of entry to Ukraine for a period of three years”.
“Unfortunately, we do not have information on all those who illegally visited the Crimea. The same happened to this citizen. In our databases there was no information about her ban on entry to Ukraine”, – explained the official.
Cream – TSE kupowane part of Ukraine! Occupiers – Rosiya! TSE ti stini, that nhto not supereco I not to put pid sumnu, already…
Geplaatst door MVS Ukrainy op Dinsdag 7 januari 2020
Recall, January 6, the police arrested the activists who tried to prevent the holding of the event in Kiev with blogersha of Russia Alexandra Mitroshina.
As reported by the portal Znaia in March, may be cancelled crossing the border with Russia under internal passports of Ukraine.
The portal also Znayu wrote that a fan of Putin dancer Polunin is going to return to Ukraine.
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