This decision was taken on Sept. 14, as indicated in a response of the SBU to the corresponding request by Apostrophe, Censor.NET reports.
The politician is banned from entering Ukraine for a period of three years.
According to the service, it was done "for the sake of Ukraine's security."
As reported, Sept. 11, the former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi arrived in the occupied Crimea on a private visit. Ukraine's Foreign Ministry strongly condemned Berlusconi's violation of the rules of entry into and exit from the temporarily occupied territory of Crimea.