11 Hasidim banned from entering Ukraine until 2025, - State Border Guard

Source : 112 Ukraine

The worshippers traveled by bus, claiming they did not have any documents; Ukraine's Border Guards searched them and found Israeli and French passports
17:57, 22 September 2020

State Border Guard Service of Ukraine

On September 21, Ukrainian Border Guards detected a bus with 11 Hasidic worshippers who claimed they did not carry any documents. They will be forbidden to enter Ukraine until 2025, press office of the State Border Guard reports on Telegram.

"Yesterday, border guards of Podillya unit, together with police workers, detected a bus with 11 foreigners - not far from the state border", reads the message.

In spite of the statements made by foreigners, Ukrainian law enforcers found passprots of ten Istaeli citizens and a French citizen. All of these individuals returned from Uman, where they celebrated Rosh Hashanah.

Related: Hasidim leave border checkpoint to celebrate Rosh Hashanah in Belarus

"Since the foreigners breached the rules of stay in Ukraine, they will be banned from entering our country within five years, and they will be forcefully deported to their homelands", the State Border Guard said.

Related: Belarusian authorities deliberately created fuss with Hasidim on border with Ukraine, - Yenin


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