the security Service of Ukraine (SBU) temporarily lift the ban on the entry of Russian singer Natasha Koroleva, so that she could attend the funeral of his grandmother. On Wednesday, January 18, the press Secretary of the Minister Elena Gilanskaya said TSN.
According to representatives of the SBU, in such cases the people, declared in Ukraine persona non grata is allowed to come into the country. Gitlyanskaya said that the permission is temporary and after the funeral the Queen will not be able to visit Ukraine again.
09:19 August 10, 2015
Earlier, on 18 January, the singer said that her grandmother died in Kiev. The Queen complained that can’t come to her funeral due to the prohibition to visit Ukraine.
In October 2016, the SBU closed the singer entering the country for five years. Commenting on the decision of the Ministry, the Queen then complained of not being able to see my grandmother. “In Moscow it will not be able to go for health reasons. And if, God forbid, the worst — I won’t be able to bury her!” she said.
According to the Queen, in Kiev said that it is “a threat to the Ukrainian state with their creativity”. “Under this decision, there are no facts. What I blame is in any way documented anywhere, not recorded,” — said the singer in an interview with National news service (NSN) in October.
the Singer filed for SBU in a court hearing is scheduled on 16 March 2017.
Natasha Koroleva Russian pop singer of Ukrainian origin, honored artist of Russia. Her mother Ludmila Poryvai — the honoured artist of Ukraine.
the Kiev authorities regularly make decisions about the ban on visits to the country by Russian cultural figures. In December 2016, the SBU closed the entrance to Ukraine Jan Tsapnik the actor who plays the role of the self-proclaimed militia Donetsk national Republic in the Russian film “war correspondent”.