Kiev is not allowed who visited the Crimea, the Czech Deputy

Киев не пустил посещавшего Крым чешского депутата

The MP was an observer on the “referendum” in Crimea.

Czech Deputy Milan Sarapatka who went to the seminar of the NATO parliamentary Assembly in Kiev, is not released from the airport. This publication reports

According to the newspaper, Sunday, July 2, MP Sarapatka arrived in Kiev with other deputies. But Cech had to remain in the transit area of the Kiev airport and then returned to the Czech Republic.

“I asked what was the cause of the failure, but I refused to tell. I stayed in the transit zone, while my colleagues missed”, – said Sarapatka.

“I expect that the Czech Republic will react to this incident. I believe that it should also ban entry into the country dozens of deputies of the Ukrainian Parliament, professing nationalist fascist ideology of Stepan Bandera. It is dangerous not only for us but for the whole world “, – the Deputy wrote in his blog regarding the ban on entry.

It is reported that three years ago Milan Sarapatka was in Crimea as observers on the “referendum” on the accession of the Peninsula to Russia.

But Cech believes that it was not the cause of denying him entry.

“Since I was in Ukraine several times with the same passport and had no problems”, – he said.

We will remind, earlier it was reported that Mikhalkov and Zadornov denied entry to Ukraine.

Russian political analyst expelled from Ukraine