Kiev refused to let the Eurovision song contest visited the Crimea journalists

Anton Gerashchenko

The adviser to the interior Minister of Ukraine, Verkhovna Rada Deputy Anton Gerashchenko said that visited the Crimea Russian journalists will not be allowed to Eurovision even in the presence of accreditation.

“None of those Russian journalists who are accredited in Kyiv for Eurovision and who has previously violated the state border of Ukraine illegally visiting Ukrainian Crimea, will not be admitted to the territory of our country”, — wrote Gerashchenko on his page in Facebook. According to him, the photographer Ramil Sitdikov he gave the guards and volunteers of the Center Peacemaker proof “of illegal stay on Ukrainian territory of Crimea.”

“The first went! Back North, on the beaten track Lolita track,” wrote the Deputy. 23 APR singer Palladium was removed in Konotop with trains to Ukraine. Later that same day, the SBU has published on Twitter a photo of the partially bare breast of a star.

“Peacemaker” published the personal data of the people, in opposition to Ukrainian authorities and also visited the Crimea after its accession to Russia.

Crimea reunited with Russia March 18, 2014 after the referendum in which the decision was received more than 96 percent of inhabitants of the Peninsula. The Ukrainian authorities consider the region as its territory, and it is accessible without the consent of Kiev — as a violation of the state border. Moscow claims that the reunion was held in accordance with international law.