Natasha Koroleva commented on the ban on entry to Lithuania

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RBC: Russian singer Natasha Koroleva called the ban on entry to Lithuania “ridiculous”

Наташа Королева прокомментировала запрет на въезд в Литву

Natasha Koroleva . Photo: @koroleva__star

Russian singer Natasha Koroleva appreciated the inclusion of her by the Lithuanian authorities in the list of non-entry persons. In an interview with RBC, she said that this decision caused her “Spanish shame” for the country’s authorities.

The Queen commented on the ban on entry to Lithuania and called it ridiculous. She stressed that the world has finally turned upside down. The singer admitted that she involuntarily feels Spanish shame for the representatives of the authorities, at the same time promoting freedom and demanding an “assessment of the geopolitical situation”.

The singer added that information about the ban on entry to Lithuania appeared on the eve of her solo concerts in the country. She recalled that similar events happened to her five years ago before concerts in Kiev. The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) in October 2016 banned the Queen from entering the territory of Ukraine for five years. The singer called the only possible reaction to such decisions “a smile with bitterness and bewilderment.”

“Kind songs that carry a positive mood, love, friendship, all the brightest, sincere and real, become unnecessary — and is this the official position of those in power? It turns out they are for other values themselves?” she was indignant.

The artist noted that in February 2020, when her performance took place in Vilnius, the country’s authorities did not worry about values. She asked what the chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security and Defense Laurinas Kasciunas was doing at that time, and suggested that he “needed to curry favor.”

Earlier it became known that Natasha Koroleva and Khabib were banned from entering Lithuania. They are denied the right to visit the country until January 21, 2027. The corresponding decision was made by the Migration Department under the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Lithuania.

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