Vladimir Putin’s Russian government has targeted the Hollywood legend as “The Maniac” – banning him from entering the frozen country for life
Hollywood icon Morgan Freeman has been barred from entering Russia because the country’s government, led by dictator Vladimir Putin, is subject to US sanctions.
The 84-year-old actor will no longer be able to admire the colorful domes of St. Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow’s Red Square or enjoy a luxurious train ride on the Trans-Siberian Railway after being on the list. Book 963 Banned Americans from Soviet countries.
The Russian government has targeted omnipotent star Bruce Lee and added him to a list of “permanently banned” individuals.
The move comes as Vladimir Putin’s government seeks to retaliate against tougher sanctions imposed on Russia over its illegal invasion of Ukraine since February.
Russian billionaires have frozen their assets and imposed travel bans by countries around the world as the international community condemns Putin’s illegal war.
And in response, the Kremlin has compiled a list of Americans who they believe have “incited Russian phobia” and banned them from entering the frozen country.
Russia’s foreign ministry said in a statement on Saturday that it had “reaffirmed its support for the United States and will continue to work for peace in the Middle East.” Suitable
Russia’s retaliatory sanctions are aimed at forcing and forcing the US regime to impose a neo-colonial ‘rule-based world order’ on the rest of the country. The world must change its behavior, recognize the new geopolitical reality.
“Russia does not want conflict and is ready for an honest dialogue, respecting each other, separating the American people, whom we always respect, from the American government, those who incite Russian fear and those who serve them. Has been kept.
It is believed that Morgan was added to the list for attacking Russia for allegedly interfering in the 2016 presidential election, which saw Donald Trump come to power.
Russia’s hit star, in a 2017 video clip, said: “We have been attacked, we are at war.”
The video was made in 2017 by American actor and filmmaker Rob Rainer, and he found himself on a comprehensive list of banned U.S. citizens in Russia.
The list also includes a number of dead American politicians – including the late Senator John McCain, who died in 2018 at the age of 81.
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Harry Reid, a Democratic senator from Nevada who died in December at the age of 82, has also been blacklisted.
Republican Senator Orin Hatch from Utah has also been banned – although he died last month at the age of 88.
Other politicians, a number of American journalists, activists and even religious figures are on the list.
New York-based American journalist Susan Glasser wrote on Twitter protesting the sentence: “Wow. I just found out that I am now banned in Russia.
“Badge of honor, but also sad … I look forward to returning to a free Russia one day after this hellish war and its creators are gone.”