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Nikita Mikhalkov is Proud to Be Blacklisted by Ukrainian Culture Ministry
18.01.2018 10:34
Nikita Mikhalkov is Proud to Be Blacklisted by Ukrainian Culture Ministry

Chairman of the Union of Cinematographers of the RF, film director Nikita Mikhalkov believes that none of the persons on the black list is a threat to the Ukrainian people.

      Earlier it became known that the Culture Ministry of Ukraine, upon the proposal of the Security Service, made a list of Russian cultural figures posing a threat to national security. These are film director Nikita Mikhalkov, singers Dmitry Fomin and Vasily Vakulenko (Basta) and TV presenter Dmitry Shepelev.

      The order is published on the department's website.

      "I am absolutely convinced that none of us on this list is a threat to the Ukrainian people, and I mean the people," Nikita Mikhalkov emphasized – “and if the Bandera bigwigs consider us a threat - I can only be proud of it”.

      The list of people banned from entering Ukraine has more than 140 Russian figures of culture and arts already. The black list is periodically updated with new names.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Nikita Mikhalkov     

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