US annuls visa of Russian State Duma deputy
The deputy was told that his visa had to be passed to the embassy for cancellation.
Alexander Bryksin, a State Duma deputy from United Russia, lost his three-year US visa issued in May 2017.
The faction said that the consular section of the American embassy had informed the parliamentarian about the cancellation and said that new information emerged and now "compliance with the visa requirements is in doubt." The deputy was also that his visa had to be passed to the embassy for cancellation.
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