Pushkov Suggests Depriving Katamadze Right to Enter Russia

At the Federation Council held earlier today, Russian Senator Aleksey Pushkov proposed to deprive Georgian singer Nino Katamadze the right to enter Russia due to her “Russophobic statements”, reports RIA Novosti.

“From my point of view, the statement of Katamadze, who claims that she hates Russia, but in the meantime travels to our country to perform and gain money, is amoral and cynical,” said Pushkov, noting that due to this reason, the Government of Russia should apply restrictions on the singer on entering the territory of the Russian Federation. In addition, he also suggested they implement similar measures on all public figures, regardless of their position, who rephrase anti-Russian statements.

On June 30, Nino Katamadze shared a post through her official Facebook page, where she said that the concert in Moscow, taking place on June 22, was the most difficult in her life and that it was her last concert in Russia.


By Ketevan Kvaratskheliya

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