3,000 foreigners banned from visiting Ukraine in 2 years, - Security Service of Ukraine
404 Russians were denied access to Ukraine in 2015
In the scope of 2 years 3,000 foreigners were banned from visiting Ukraine, informs “UNN”, quoting the press center of the Security Service of Ukraine.
“According to the information, provided by competent authorities to the press center of the Security Service of Ukraine the following number of foreigners were denied access to Ukraine: in 2014 – 1 861 persons (including 1 139 citizens of Russia); in 2015 – 1 164 persons (including 404 citizens of Russia),” – says the report.
According to the regulatory legal acts of the Security Service of Ukraine, access may be denied for the period from 6 months to 5 years.
Since the beginning of 2016 Ukraine denied access to 46 foreigners, including 7 citizens of the Russian Federation.
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