Russian TV host banned from entering Ukraine for three years, - State Border Guard

Source : 112 Ukraine

The woman had previously visited occupied Crimea, and then she tried to go to Russia from Moldova, in transit through Ukraine's Vinnytsia region
14:20, 30 November 2020

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Russian TV host has been banned from entering Ukraine for the next three years, due to her previous visit to the occupied Crimea. Ukraine's State Border Guard reported that; she planned to go to Russia from Moldova, in transit through Ukraine's Vinnytsia region.

"She was crossing the border in the Mohyliv-Podilsky checkpoint. During the passport control, the database of the authority reacted on her, since the State Border Guard workers already had some preliminary information on her illegal traveling to the occupied Crimea", reads the message.

During the additional check, workers of the State Border Guard found out that the lady works as the news anchor at RBK, the Russian TV channel. In summer 2018, she breached the order of crossing the Ukrainian border when visiting the occupied peninsula.

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Earlier, Ukraine's Border Guards banned entry for a Russian reporter working for Russia Today company. The man was deprived of the rignt to enter Ukraine for three years, as it appeared  that he had previously visited the temporarily occupied Crimea. The State Border Guard reported that on Thursday.

Citizen of the Russian Federation drove by car from Russia across Ukraine to Moldova, choosing Kuchurgan checkpoint in Odesa region to cross. 

"The man claimed he planned to drive from Russia to Moldova in transit. However, the database worked during the passport control. It appeared that the border guards already had previous information on illegal visits of Russia-occupied Crimea", reads the message.

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