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Security Service to ban entry to Ukraine for Russian rapper
13:49, 17 August 2017
Security Service to ban entry to Ukraine for Russian rapper

Rapper Basta performed in the occupied Crimea in August 2015

13:49, 17 August 2017

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Ukrainian Security Service will ban entry to the country for Russian rapper Basta (Vasiliy Vakulenko). This was stated to the Apostrof agency inquiry.

At the moment, the decision is being formed up officially. Security Service noted that “this requires some time.”

Russian rapper Basta performed in the occupied Crimea in August 2015.

The rapper planned to hold a concert in Odesa on June 18, but it was cancelled. Though SBU said they did not forbid the entry at that time.

Related: Russian musician denied entry to Ukraine

As it was reported earlier SBU deported Russian journalist from Ukraine. The journalist was forbidden to enter the country for three years.

“Security Service of Ukraine stopped destructive activities of journalist Maria Knyazeva, who, under the pseudonym "Saushkina" worked for Russian TV channels Russia-1 and Russia-24. Russian woman, using her connections with pro-Russian representatives of Ukrainian media and experts, collected information about the situation in the country, activities of the highest authorities and bodies of our state. This data was used by her for biased coverage of the situation in Ukraine,” the message says.

Related: Russian blogger banned entry to Ukraine for visits to Crimea, Donbas

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