November 5, 2015
Translated by Kristina Rus
The participants of Kiev’s ATO in Donbas may be banned from Russia for life. The proposal was made by the deputies of the State Duma.
The participants of Kiev’s military operations in Donbass could be banned from entering Russia for life. A proposal for Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev was written by the deputies of State Duma from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, Valery Rashkin and Sergei Obukhov.
The communists say that in the last few weeks, the leadership of DPR reported numerous facts of ceasefire violation by Ukrainian security forces. Such actions of Kiev, according to deputies, can speak about a possible resumption of full-scale military operation of the Kiev regime against the population of DPR and LPR.
“We ask you, in cooperation with law enforcement agencies to compile the most complete list of persons who took an active part in the so-called ATO [Kiev calls its assault on Donbass an ‘Anti-terrorist operation’], in order to ban them for life from entering Russia”, — quotes RIA Novosti the Deputy’s proposal to Medvedev.
According to deputies, a copy of the proposal will be also sent to the head of the Federal migration service of Russia, Konstantin Romodanovsky, Prosecutor General Yury Chaika, the Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation Alexander Bastrykin, the Director of the Federal Security Service, Alexander Bortnikov and Minister of the Interior Vladimir Kolokoltsev.
The communists also recalled that the main investigation Department of the RF Investigative Committee opened a criminal case on the application of prohibited means and methods of warfare in Donbass, and also about other crimes committed by members of the Ukrainian armed forces.
“Given the catastrophic consequences of the crimes of the Ukrainian punishers, each participant of the so-called anti-terrorist operation should be banned from entering Russia for life. The respective lists should be available to the Federal Migration Service of Russia to prevent these persons from entering the territory of the country and to the border service of the FSB, and police — to detain persons against whom criminal proceedings have been instituted, and the prosecution authorities — to coordinate the work of law enforcement bodies”, — stated the proposal.