The Kremlin commented on the possible ban on the entry of Russians in Syria


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Russia has no plans to impose legal restrictions on private travel of their citizens to Syria, reported the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov. His words on Wednesday, February 14, the correspondent “»

“I do not know that it was discussed”, — said Peskov. He noted that various Russian government agencies, including the foreign Ministry, practice statements, which contain warnings about the dangers that accompany a trip to a particular country.

Press Secretary of the President did not rule out that in Syria, in addition to the military can be citizens of Russia. “They do not belong to the armed forces is all that can be stated. But in any case our citizens, they are citizens of the Russian Federation”, — he said.

Sands also urged journalists to be guided by “intentionally or unintentionally misleading” information about the death of Russians in Syria and “a serious approach to the description of such episodes.”

Answering the question about the possibility of mourning, the representative of the Kremlin noted that evidence about the death of Russians in Syria is not. “I don’t understand the point, therefore must declare mourning?”— said Peskov.

In addition, the press Secretary has denied media reports about a supposedly canceled public events with the participation of the President of Russia for meetings with military commanders on Syria. “No, it’s not, it’s incorrect information. It has nothing to do with reality,” he commented.

“The media” on 12 February reported that in Syria after impact, the coalition forces headed by USA on the banks of the Euphrates river in Deir-ez-Zor was killed by a former natsbol Kiril Ananiev. Later it became known that there were killed a Cossack Vladimir Loginov. According to the defense Ministry, in the area of Russians there.

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