Russian Senator Franz Klintsevich warned the Latvian singer Lima Vajkule about possible problems in Russia because of the statement of the actress on the occupied Crimea.
About it reports Regnum.
24 channel reported that on the eve before the concert in Odessa Laima Vaikule said that he would not serve in the Crimea for a single fee.
“No nostalgia. Laima Vaikule set foot on the path of Vakhtang Kikabidze,” said Klintsevich.
As you know, Georgian actor Vakhtang Kikabidze said that he was threatened by Pro-Russian militants from the occupied Donetsk for support of integrity of Ukraine.
The Senator also suggested that Vaikule can be a problem if she goes on tour of Russia.
“A word is not a Sparrow. I wonder how many now will be his fee if she suddenly decides to go on a tour to Russia?”, said Klintsevich.
By the way, August 4, occupied Crimea called for Russian President Vladimir Putin. In this regard, the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine expressed its protest.