Entrance to Ukraine was denied for more than 3000 foreigners
Most of the cases were concerned the invalidity of documents
The entrance to Ukraine was denied for more than 3000 foreign citizens during 2016, - reported in the State Border Service of Ukraine.
"During 2016 year, we have already rejected the entrance for 3176 foreigners, " - said in a statement.
The border guards also added that the main reasons for the refusal of entry the country were concerned with invalidity of documents.
“903 people had invalid documents, 300 individuals hadn’t received Ukrainian visa. Also 854 persons were not able to confirm the purpose of travel. For 352 persons the entrance were rejected because of the expiry of the registration period, 500 persons – because of the restriction of entry - exit ", - added the border guards.
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