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WASHINGTON, January 23, 0:56 /ITAR-TASS/. U.S. Department of State has revoked the entry visas of several Ukrainian nationals ‘linked to violence in Kiev’, Marie Harf, a deputy spokeswoman for the DoS told a news briefing Wednesday.
She said that the action embraced the officials who had been involved in the use of force against the participants in mass riots in the Ukrainian capital. The names of the people subjected to the punitive sanctions on the part of the U.S. were not disclosed.
Harf said along with it that no sanctions have been issued against those who took part in Kiev riots.