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Ukraine’s Border Service spokesperson said that the “reporters have failed to present documents verifying the aim of their stay in the country”.
A group of Russian journalists was making a professional trip to Ukraine to cover the country’s developments in the wake of President Petro Poroshenko’s inauguration.
ITAR-TASS office in Kiev has filed a petition with the Ukrainian border guards asking them to let the journalists enter the country but the paper was left unattended.
The reporters had to get on a jet heading to Russia, with the Ukrainian border guard handing their documents to the crew.