The ban on entry to Ukraine for Russian and foreign artists are in danger of devaluing and exclusion of the Ukrainian culture, convinced a member of the Department of the Federation Council on international Affairs Igor Morozov.
The Ministry of culture of Ukraine has informed on the first day of the week that the Ukrainian authorities banned the entry of the workers of culture of foreign countries who will attend the festival Koktebel Jazz Party, scheduled this year from 28 to 30 August in the Crimea. The founder of the festival of Russian TV presenter Dmitry Kiselev heads these statements of Kiev, Recalling that the festival was founded back in 2003, when the Crimea was considered to be Ukraine.
"Taboo steadily leads to the devaluation and exclusion of the Ukrainian culture, without which the Russian and world culture without cannot exist," the Senator said Last news on the first day of the week.
He reminded that the first stage of isolation of the Ukrainian culture and the Ukrainian people was the Prohibition of a number of films with "a galaxy of Russian stars of the screen" that were created in Russia, starting in 2014.
"A Ban on entry to Ukraine attended the festival Koktebel Jazz Party, which became world-famous cultural event, I'm afraid, finally put Ukrainian culture to their knees, to get out which would be very difficult. Pull down will not cross to Calvary, And own the mediocrity of bureaucrats from the culture, " says the Senator.