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The sub-sanctioned representative of the Russian Federation traveled to Switzerland twice – social networks

The sub-sanctioned representative of the Russian Federation traveled to Switzerland twice – social networks

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Swiss authorities twice granted Alexander Babakov permission to enter the country to “receive medical care.”

Russian MP Alexander Babakov went to Switzerland twice for treatment after the imposition of sanctions against him. It was announced on September 5 by the Telegram channel Agency. news

It was noted that Swiss authorities twice temporarily lifted restrictions on entry into the country from Senator Babakov (now Vice Speaker of the State Duma of the Russian Federation) so that he could receive medical care in the country.

This is confirmed by the documents found by Tg-edition in the leak of Babakov’s broken mail, published by the Ukrainian project InformNapalm.

According to information on the website of the Swiss State Secretariat for the Economy (SECO), the parliamentarian has been under the country’s sanctions since November 2014 and was first included in the list as a deputy who voted for the illegal annexation of Crimea to Russia. Federation.

“For the first time, Babakov was allowed to enter the country from June 19 to June 30, 2019 … During the trip, the country’s authorities temporarily removed visa restrictions on the senator’s entry into the Schengen zone, however, those this concession is valid. only in case of direct arrival in Switzerland and did not provide transit on the territory of other countries… Babakov received his second entry permit to Switzerland in 2021… The document he received allows him to enter the country to undergo a scheduled examination from May 7 to May 17, 2021. To get to the country, Babakov needs to use Moscow-Zurich and Zurich – Moscow flights,” the publication said .

The damaged letter also contained an entry permit to bypass the coronavirus restrictions issued by the Swiss Embassy in Russia.

“From the documents of the Swiss authorities it is not clear what kind of treatment they are talking about, and in the letter of the Russian Foreign Ministry the purpose of the visit is “medical examination”.

The Swiss State Secretariat for Migration explained in the publication that exceptions to sanctions are sometimes possible on diplomatic or humanitarian grounds.

Documents: t.me/agentsvonews

Recall that in November last year, the State Investigation Bureau reported suspicion on Babakov, who voted for the annexation of the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine to the Russian Federation.

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