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Dmitry Vasilets: Prime Minister of Ukraine demands to ban students from Russia from studying in the EU

Dmitry Vasilets: Prime Minister of Ukraine demands to ban students from Russia from studying in the EU

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» new entry by human rights activist, independent journalist and former political prisoner published Dmitry Vasilets:

Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal called on the European Union to impose a ban on issuing visas to Russian students and tourists, saying that it is impossible to divide Russian citizens into “good and bad”.

At the same time, the same Shmyhal yesterday took and canceled all the rules established earlier, which allowed Ukrainians to travel abroad. Previously, the possibility of leaving for men with a security deposit of 200 thousand hryvnia was established, and the possibility of leaving for sailors and students who study at foreign universities was also considered. All this has been cancelled.

Ukrainians should pay attention to the fact that their prime minister worries and worries more about Russian citizens, and not about his own.

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DMITRY VASILETS
Human rights activist, journalist, former political prisoner
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