the Russian actor Stanislav Sadalsky said that he was denied entry to Ukraine. He wrote about this in his “Live Journal”.
“In a country where there is a struggle with his people, me, a Ukrainian mother, is not allowed (((,” — said Sadalsky.
as evidence of the actor published an appeal of the Odessa public organization “Rada gromadsko BEZPEKA” in regional management of security Service of Ukraine (SBU). The authors of the document please ban Sadalsky entry on the basis of his “anti-Ukrainian attitude” and performances in the Crimea in 2016.
“Sorry, but it’s their choice, leave to work in a civilized country,” added the actor.
Commenting on the situation in an interview with RIA Novosti, Sadalsky has admitted that he was offended by the Ukrainian authorities. “Odessa never been a Ukrainian city, it was an international city, at least, Jewish. I’m not going to go there, but it was a shame, I have friends, I filmed it in the movie. I didn’t want to go, but I persuaded the producers”, — he said. However, the actor admitted that one of the reasons for the ban on entry was his performance in Kharkov, where he thanked the audience for knowledge of the Russian language.
the SBU has not yet commented on the statement Sadalsky. Thus the actor a notification from the SBU about the ban on entry was published.
Stanislav Sadalsky, honored artist of the RSFSR, people’s artist of Georgia and Chuvashia. He was famous for roles in the TV films “the meeting Place cannot be changed” and “About the poor hussar say a word”, also starred in such films as “Station for two”, “Torpedo”, “Poor Masha”.
the Kiev authorities regularly make decisions about the ban on visits to the country by Russian cultural figures. In December 2016, the SBU closed the entrance to Ukraine Jan Tsapnik the actor who plays the role of the self-proclaimed militia Donetsk national Republic in the Russian film “war correspondent”.