Russian actor Fyodor Dobronravov, whose entry ban to Ukraine was canceled by the Kyiv District Administrative Court, was on tour in annexed Crimea. Krym.Realii reports this referring to Korabel, the Kerch palace of culture.
On April 8, the play Trap For A Man with Dobronravov was demonstrated at the Kerch palace of culture. Two days later, on April 10, Dobronravov was starring in this play at the Music Theatre of Crimea in Sevastopol,” the report said.
The agent of the Russian actor Irina Soykina stated she did not know whether Fyodor Dobronravov played in Crimea, so she advised clarifying the information by the Crimean Tatars.
Earlier, the court found illegal the order of Ukraine’s Security Service (SBU) to ban entry to Ukraine for Russian actor Fyodor Dobronravov and canceled it. Therefore, the ban on screening the movies with his participation is also repealed.
Earlier, in November 2017 Ukraine’s Security Service banned Fyodor Donbronravov from entering Ukraine for three years for his anti-Ukrainian statements and support of Crimea’s annexation. He also visited the peninsula after occupation multiple times.
Later, the Culture of Ministry included the actor in the blacklist. He became the 114th person in the list of the people who threaten the national security of the state. Therefore, Ukraine’s State Film Agency banned screening of Svaty series (“co-parents-in-law” in English, - ed.) with his participation.
Studio 1+1 filed a lawsuit in this regard. The channel asked the court to find the order illegal.