Guards have not missed on the territory of Ukraine of Russian actors Pavel Barshak, Elena Korikova and Igor Livanov. The State border service of Ukraine, told that Barshak and Korikova prohibited entry into Ukraine for 10 years, Livanov – 3 years.
On their website reported that on 6 February in the framework of the world tour, Russian group of artists with a lyrical Comedy “the Perfect witness” tried to cross the border of Ukraine with Moldova. The guards found out that the two actors had illegally visited the occupied territory of the Crimea, where he participated in the filming of the movie. So they denied entry to Ukraine for a period of 3 years. Two more Russians from this group was unable to confirm the purpose of their trip to Ukraine, for which they were not allowed. Other cast members refused to go and returned to Moldova.
After a few hours the same group of actors appeared on other border crossing, hoping to enter the territory of our country.
However, the citizens of the Russian Federation once again was stopped during border control activities and not missed in Ukraine. At this time, two citizens of Russia who have already had a ban of entrance to Ukraine, their actions due to intentional non-enforcement of the offenders under article 203-1 of the Cao was prosecuted, receiving a fine. In addition, they extended the ban to 10 years. The other 4 citizens of Russia bear the prohibition of entry to Ukraine for a period of 3 years , – have informed in the edge Ministry
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