The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine called the Russian Consul to protest delivery notes for detention and deportation from Russia 160 Ukrainians, said the official representative of the MFA of Ukraine Marian Betz.
"On 14 July of the current year to the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine was caused by the Consul of the Russian Embassy in Ukraine and handed him the note with the requirement to provide a formal explanation on the issue of detention of eleven July this year, Russian border service within the Pskov region 160 Residents of Ukraine and their removal from the territory of Russia ", – leads her words " UKRINFORM ".
according to the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine, the story is about the fact that the July 12 border guards of Russia tied for two days for violation of the Russian law 160 Residents of Ukraine, who crossed the Belarusian-Russian border on motor vehicles. This is not 1st time when the Ukrainian foreign Ministry shows complaints to Russia. Thus, on 5 March, the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine called the Consul of the Russian Embassy in connection with the detention of Ukrainians in Russia, for example, the Deputy Alexey Goncharenko. April 10, the Ukrainian foreign Ministry summoned the Consul of the Russian Embassy and handed him the note, which contained a protest against the detention on the territory of the Russian Federation of 2 citizens of Ukraine. And in October of last year the Director of the information policy Department of the Foreign Ministry Yevhen perebyinis said that in Russian remand centres are about 10 citizens of Ukraine for political reasons. Along with this, the Federal migration service said in may that the Russian Federation from July 1, 2014 immigrant status provided 325 thousand Displaced persons from Ukraine. On Wednesday, it was announced that since the beginning of the conflict in the Southeast of Ukraine about 900 thousand Residents of this state appealed to the Federal migration service to obtain statuses, allowing long-term stay in Russia or to remain here forever.