More than 800 Russians denied entry in Ukraine since end of martial law


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More than 800 citizens of the Russian Federation have been denied entry into Ukraine since the end of a state of martial law in Ukraine, the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine has said.

“After the end the state of martial law, our border guards continue to exercise heightened measures to check foreign nationals arriving in Ukraine. In particular, since Dec. 26, more than 800 citizens of the Russian Federation have been denied entry,” the State Border Guard Service said in a statement on Jan. 11.

The border guards also recalled that dealing with foreigners and stateless persons, including citizens of the Russian Federation, who cross the border, they constantly separate risk groups and take additional measures to prevent persons who may be involved in provocative actions from entering Ukraine.


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