State Border Service officials did not let three Russian propagandists into Ukraine. Some of them went to give lectures and trainings. The press service of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine reported this information.
"State Border Guard officers yesterday discovered a Russian citizen born in 1985. During border control, border guards found that the arriving lecturer was working with the political forces of the Russian Federation and ran for Zhirinovsky’s party in the Moscow Duma, as well as being an expert in information and cyber warfare," the State Customs Service stated.
It is noted that the man flew in from Minsk and stated intentions to carry out trainings and classes with students for a business purpose at the invitation of one organization.
The State Border Service reported that a Russian citizen gave lectures in the occupied Crimea in the so-called youth patriotic camp Donuzlav-2015.
"The Ukrainian border guards also appreciated the" merits "of the Russian. He returned on the return flight with a stamp in his passport ‘Ban on entry’ for three years," the report said.
In addition, a Russian born in 1986 flew in from Minsk; he also was going to give lectures on promoting the content on social networks. At the Zhulyany airport, they detained a Russian citizen, born in 1980; he occupies a position in the specific Internet resource that is banned in Ukraine.
As we reported before, a citizen of China, who was removed from Kyiv-Moscow train on February 21, did not complain about health conditions to Ukrainian border guards. A woman looked healthy, indeed.