Kuleba told where to go to the Russians, dissatisfied with the ban on entry to Europe

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Kuleba explained who is to blame and what to do to the Russians, dissatisfied with the ban on entry into the EU

No one proposes to ban the entry of Russian citizens who may need asylum or humanitarian assistance.



Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba advised Russians who are unhappy with the prospect of a ban on entry to Europe to complain to the Kremlin. This is how he reacted to the discussion around the initiative of official Kyiv to ban tourist visas to Europe for Russians.

Russians unhappy with the prospect of a ban on tourist travel to Europe can direct their complaints to the Kremlin and to those over 70% of their compatriots who support the war, Kuleba wrote on his Twitter on August 13.

Kuleba stressed that no one is suggesting banning the few Russians who may need asylum or humanitarian aid.

Earlier, Dmitry Kuleba called on all EU and G7 countries to stop issuing visas to citizens of the Russian Federation until they "learn to respect international borders." The idea of banning tourist visas to the EU for Russians was supported by the Baltic countries, Finland, Poland and other states. Many of them have already closed their borders to Russian citizens, but require a collective decision from the EU countries.

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