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 "Le Pen had no intention of going there," - politician's spokesman on possible Ukraine entry ban

French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has commented on Ukraine's Security Service (SBU) possible barring her entry into the country.

French presidential candidate and far right leader Marine Le Pen did not intend to visit Ukraine, Censor.NET reports citing Reuters quoting the politician's press service.

"Marine Le Pen had no intention of going there (to Ukraine) anyway. This issue will be solved via diplomatic channels when she becomes president of the (French) Republic," a spokesman for Le Pen said in an emailed response to the agency.

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Earlier, Le Pen said Russia's annexation of Crimea was not illegal.

On Jan. 3, SBU Chief of Staff Oleksandr Tkachuk said the service may bar French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen from entering Ukraine.
 
 
 
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