A group of Russian tourists who arrived in Israel for Easter were searched and without explanation detained for subsequent deportation to their homeland. This was reported by the Sotnikov News Telegram channel.
According to the channel, six residents of the Nizhny Novgorod region, who arrived in the country on Easter, became victims of the actions of border guards at the Israeli airport. They were detained for additional verification. They checked the luggage and the contents of the phones, asked a lot of questions. “After a two-hour search at customs, we were taken to a queue in another room. In a separate room, they asked about acquaintances (in Israel), money, and what we finally forgot in this visa-free country,” said one of the travelers. As it turned out, all the detained tourists had reservations in local hotels, medical insurance and return tickets. As a result, without explanation, Nizhny Novgorod residents were informed of deportation to Russia and a likely ban on entry into the Jewish state for a period of 10 years.
Earlier in February, there was a similar incident: a Russian tourist wanted to go on vacation to popular Israel and even bought for this, a tour with an excursion for 234 thousand rubles, however, upon arrival, the border guard refused her entry, even tears and screams did not help the woman (read the details at this link).
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