5,000 men have failed to travel abroad since the start of the war

5,000 men have failed to travel abroad since the start of the war

5,000 men have failed to travel abroad since the start of the war

Almost 5 since the start of a full-scale war thousand men tried to illegally leave Ukraine, but were stopped by border guards.

According to the speaker of the State Border Service Andriy Demchenko in the Media Center Ukraine-Ukrinform, 3.5 thousand people were detained in places where there are no checkpoints. 

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More than a thousand more men tried to leave the country with forged documents. Over the past 24 hours, there were more than 30 such people.

“Almost every day, border guards refuse to leave about a hundred men subject to martial law restrictions,” says Demchenko.

According to the law, during martial law, men aged 18-60 do not have the right to leave Ukraine, but there are exceptions, for example: truck drivers; men carrying humanitarian supplies; unfit for military service for health reasons; students; athletes; parents with many children with three or more minor children; single parents.   Earlier, Bagnet wrote about how a man pretended to be a mattress, but was discovered and returned to his homeland.   Prepared by: Nina Petrovich