a reply to: intrptr
It wasn't quite a matter of petty hindrance, it was a political matter. As I understand it the diplomats were sent to rally people - I am curious how
many countries would allow foreign diplomats or individuals to enter their borders for the sole purpose of revolution, of sorts?
A recent matter happened here of some similarity - Canadians refused at border for desiring to join Women's March. It seems rather silly, but all the same, allowing
foreigners to protest or spread propaganda seems silly too.
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