Ukraine embassy: Anti-Ukraine and anti-Serbia provocation at tourism fair

Ukraine embassy: Anti-Ukraine and anti-Serbia provocation at tourism fair

Ukraine embassy: Anti-Ukraine and anti-Serbia provocation at tourism fair Izvor: N1

The Ukraine Embassy in Serbia said in a statement on Tuesday that the presentation of Crimea at the International Tourism Fair in Belgrade was not only anti-Ukraine but also anti-Serbia provocation since Serbia supported the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, the Beta news agency reported on Tuesday.

The statement added it was an indirect invitation to Serbia’s citizens to violate Ukrainian laws on crossing its state borders.

The embassy reminded Serbia’s people that according to the Ukraine laws the foreigners could enter Crimea territory only with a special permit issued by the state Migration authority and via administrative crossings in the Kherson region in southern Ukraine.

The entry is not allowed via any other crossing, and an attempt is in breach of the law and punishable by the five-year ban on entering Ukraine, the embassy’ s statement has added,  

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