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Russian Bikers are not Allowed to Ukraine

 Chernihiv Border Detachment did not passed through the state border of five Russian citizens on motorcycles. They took this decision on the results of checks at the checkpoint "Novy Yarilovichi", the press service of the State Border Service of Ukraine said.

"During the passage of the border control Russians were unable to confirm the purpose of their trip and staying in Ukraine, therefore, on the basis of paragraph 4 of Article 8 of the Law of Ukraine "On Border Control" they were denied entry," - said in a statement.

 
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Ukraine and the Art of Creative Diplomacy

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