Fadeev was included in the list of persons who pose a threat to the national security of Ukraine – Ministry of Culture

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Russian producer Maxim Fadeev was included in the list of persons posing a threat to the national security of Ukraine, on the proposal of the SBU. This was reported by the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine.

On the proposal of the Security Service of Ukraine, Russian musician, producer Maxim Fadeev was included on November 19 on the list of persons who pose a threat to the national security of Ukraine. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy.

“In accordance with Article 15 of the Law of Ukraine” On Cinematography “, the ICIP takes actions to amend the list of persons who pose a threat to national security, on the basis of appeals from the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, the Security Service of Ukraine, the National Council of Ukraine on Television and radio broadcasting. On November 11, the ministry received a letter from the SBU on the inclusion of a citizen of the Russian Federation Maxim Fadeev in the list, “it was reported.

The ministry issued an order by which Fadeev was included in the list.

“The procedure is carried out automatically, according to the current legislation, the ministry is not empowered to decide whether to” include “or” not to include “in the lists,” the press service stressed.

The ministry did not disclose the reasons why Fadeev was included in the list.

In May, the SBU banned Fadeev from entering Ukraine. The reason was violation of the state border of Ukraine, the producer visited Crimea annexed by Russia. In 2016, his video was filmed in Yalta.

Fadeev was born in 1968 in the city of Kurgan (RF). From 1993 to 2003, the producer lived in Germany and the Czech Republic, while producing the singer Linda. In 2003, Fadeev returned to Russia.

In 2018, Fadeev closed his production center and founded the MALFA music label (abbreviation for Maksim Aleksandrovich Fadeev).

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