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SBU Receives Over 50 Requests From Russian Stage-Performers To Tour Ukraine, Denies Only 1 Request, Since Rele

SBU Receives Over 50 Requests From Russian Stage-Performers To Tour Ukraine, Denies Only 1 Request, Since Relevant Law In Effect

The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has received 50 requests for permits for participation of Russian stage-performers in commercial tours in Ukraine and denied one, since November 1, 2017 when the relevant law took effect.

The SBU told the Ukrainian News in response to an inquiry.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, a new law obliging organizers of commercial tours in Ukraine to inform the SBU 30 days in advance about a tour that involves an actor, singer or other kind of a stage-performer from the aggressor country took effect on November 16, 2017.

The law was passed by the Verkhovna Rada on October 5 and enacted by President Petro Poroshenko on November 7.

The law obliges organizers of commercial tours with participation of stage-performers from an aggressor state to obtain permission from the SBU prior to the tour and notifying it no later than 30 days in advance of the tour.

The SBU needs this time to check the background and records on a particular stage-performer and either permit or forbid their tour in Ukraine.

The law envisages a fine from UAH 50 to UAH 100 minimum wages charged to the organizer of the tour in the event of breaking with the rules.

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