"On Jan. 3, we sent a letter to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. I think, perhaps, even today there will be a positive response, and our initiative regarding the ban on entry into the territory of Ukraine against Marine Le Pen will be upheld," Tkachuk said.
Le Pen's remarks about Crimea must entail consequences, he said, adding the politician is not a representative of France's official authorities.
"Unfortunately, this is not the first time that foreign politicians resort to certain actions or statements that, in our opinion, are at odds with the interests of our state," Tkachuk stressed.
Earlier, leader of the French far-right and presidential candidate Marine Le Pen said the annexation of Crimea by Russia was not illegal.