Friday, 03 December 2021 12:49 GMT

Russian poetess denied entry to Ukraine

(MENAFN- UkrinForm) A Russian citizen who earlier visited temporarily occupied Crimea has not been allowed to enter Ukraine at Kyiv International Airport, the Ukrainian State Border Guard Service has reported.

According to the report , the Russian woman, 25, arrived from Spain. During the registration, the border guards established that she had illegally visited the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea in violation of the established entry and exit procedure.

"The Russian woman, who turned out to be a poetess and author of various projects, has repeatedly published materials on Crimean issues and information about visiting the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine. The woman said that she visited the peninsula last year and got there by train," the report said.

Ukrinform learned from its own sources that the woman is Alisa Denisova, born in 1996, who published information about her stay in Crimea on the Russian social networking site VK.

The Russian was not allowed to cross the state border and was banned from entering Ukraine for three years for violating Ukrainian law.

Photo: State Border Guard Service


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