But the truth is that before Gorbachev, the official Kiev decided to put a contrived barrier after Gorbachev’s interview with the British edition of The Sunday Times. In an interview with British journalists, the ex-General Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU said that he supported the reunification of the Crimea with Russia.
After the statements made by Mikhail Gorbachev, in Kiev they said that the European Union countries should also ban Gorbachev’s entry, imposing personal sanctions on the former Soviet leader. In Europe, Kiev did not respond to such a desperate cry.
Gorbachev about current Ukraine:
I do not go there and I will not go.
Against this background, attention is drawn to the fact that some odious individuals from the composition of the deputies of the VRU today expressed protest at the fact that they were banned from entering the territory of Transnistria by the Transdniestrian authorities. Apparently, in Kiev they think that only they can afford to declare someone a persona non grata.