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Ukraine denies entry of Kyrgyz citizens involved in Trade Unions House events

Ukraine denied entry of Kyrgyz citizens allegedly involved in the events in the Trade Unions House in 2014. Russian media reported.

The State Border Service (SBS) of Ukraine reportedly stopped eight foreigners on the border, who, according to Kiev, were involved in the tragic events in the Trade Unions House on May 2, 2014 in Odessa. For example, four Kyrgyz, three Belarusians and one Russian were banned from entering the country.

According to foreigners, they arrived in Ukraine to participate in sports competitions.

All citizens were deported by return flight.

Recall, radicals set fire to the Trade Unions House on May 2, 2014 in Odessa, in which the anti-Maidan movement members took shelter. At least 48 people were killed.