Russian dancers are getting their Russian passports back after being detained in Ukraine.
According to the New York Times, a Russian citizen who was arrested in Ukraine in March was allowed to travel to Russia on Monday.
The Russian dance company, the Russian Dance Association, was detained on March 17 after it was found performing in Ukraine and found to be illegally staging in Russia.
The Dance Association was reportedly fined $20,000 by the Moscow City Council.
The Moscow City Commission said that it was taking measures to reinstate the dancers’ passports.
The dancers have also been granted Russian citizenship, as they are legally required to.
The New York City Department of Foreign Affairs issued a travel advisory for residents of Ukraine who want to visit Russia.
“As we have heard from Ukrainian citizens who are planning to travel abroad for business or personal reasons, please be advised that Ukrainian citizens are prohibited from entering the territory of Ukraine until the end of the calendar year,” the advisory reads.