Two Irish men came to Kyiv Boryspil from Dublin on June 20. During the landing of a plane the passengers took out the symbols of the Russian Federation and ribbons of Saint George, shouting “DPR (Donetsk People’s Republic), come on!” as the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine reported.
The border guards of Kyiv checkpoint figured out that the men came to Ukraine for tourism.
“One of them was wearing a shirt with the national symbols of the country-aggressor. He reported that he is going to visit his girlfriend, the citizen of Ukraine; however, he had no communication with her. Moreover, according to the foreigner, he was in Russia earlier. They had no tickets for the return flight,” the service reported.
The border guards found the items of the propaganda and provocation nature in their baggage, particularly, the national symbols of Russia and ribbons of Saint George.
The Irish are banned from the entry to Ukraine for three years.
Earlier we reported that over 4,000 people were banned from entering Ukraine in 2019.