Britain denied a visa to a 13-year-old Ukrainian woman, sending her home to a besieged city

Britain denied a visa to a 13-year-old Ukrainian woman, sending her home to a besieged city

The British Foreign Office refused to extradite a 13-year-old girl from Ukraine visas. As a result, the child had to return to his hometown, which was blocked by the Russian military. British MP Tulip Siddiq announced this on her Twitter.

– A 13-year-old girl from Ukraine was forced to return to her besieged hometown because the Home Office refused her permission to come here because she was traveling with her 18-year-old sister, and not with her parents, the politician wrote.

As Siddiq noted, she raised this issue at the parliamentary session of questions to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

– I asked the Prime Minister if he thinks it is right to send children back to the war zone, – said the British MP.

According to her, Johnson said that he understood the indignation of the MP and expressed the hope that the British Foreign Office would investigate this case.

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