59 ’ISIL’ and ‘Al-Nusra’ terrorists denied entry to Ukraine

According to SBU, the terrorists regarded Ukraine as a transit territory to be treated and to make false documents.

3 November 2015 15:59

Since the beginning of 2015 the Ukraine’s Security Service (SBU) along with the Border Guard Service and the police blocked 59 persons who participated in the Syrian war from entering Ukraine, reported SBU press-service.

- The terrorists with such international terrorist organization as "Islamic State" and "Al-Nusra Front" (branch of the international Islamist terrorist organization "Al Qaeda" - Ed.) and the "Caucasus Emirate" have been forcibly returned to their countries. Most of them on suspicion of terrorist activities have already been deported from Turkey, Jordan and Egypt, and some even have criminal, according to the report.

In particular, Oct 29, the law enforcement officers denied entry to Ukraine for Russian citizens, who participated in the Syrian conflict supporting the "Islamic State".