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Security Service requests Foreign Ministry to ban entry for Le Pen
11:35, 4 January 2017
Security Service requests Foreign Ministry to ban entry for Le Pen

The Ministry can decide on this today

11:35, 4 January 2017

112 Agency

The Security Service of Ukraine sent a letter to the Foreign Ministry on the prohibition of entry for the French presidency candidate, the leader of the National Front party Marine Le Pen to Ukraine. The Ministry may The Ministry may decide to ban her entry today. This was stated by the Staff Chief of SBU Oleksandr Tkachuk, reports 112 Ukraine TV channel.

"January 3 Security sent a letter to the Foreign Ministry. I think maybe even today is a positive response and our initiative will be supported that Ms. Le Pen should be prohibited from entering the territory of our country," - said Tkachuk.

Le Pen’s statements about Crimea should have consequences, but the politician is not the representative of the official authorities of French Republic, Tkachuk added.

Related: Reuters: 'Everything but Hillary Clinton,' France's Le Pen says, backing Trump

"This is unfortunately not the first time that foreign politicians make certain actions or statements that, in our view, are contrary to the interests of our country," Tkachuk said.

Ealier it was reported that Marine Le Pen says Crimea annexation "was not illegitimate". Politician explains her position: "There was a referendum, and people of Crimea want to join Russia".

Related: SBU may deny entry to Ukraine for French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen

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