In Transcarpathia, they came up with a way to make money for those who want to escape to the EU (video)

In Transcarpathia, they came up with a way to make money for those who want to escape to the EU (video)

In Transcarpathia, they came up with a way to make money for those who want to escape to the EU (video)

In Ukraine there are many men who want to leave Ukraine from February 24. Therefore, the business of illegally sending men of military age abroad is flourishing in the country.

As the communication department of the police of the Transcarpathian region said, law enforcement officers detained a group of pseudo-volunteers who earned a lot of money on this.

It is reported that operatives of the migration police and investigators of the Main Police Department of Transcarpathia, in cooperation with employees of the SBU and the internal security department of the Mukachevo border detachment, stopped the activities of a group of malefactors who organized an illegal scheme to transport men liable for military service across the Ukrainian border.

In Transcarpathia, they came up with a way to make money for those who want to escape to the EU (video)

The criminals prepared documents, on the basis of which false information was later entered into the Shlyakh state information system. They received money for helping men of military age leave the country under the guise of carriers who allegedly go for humanitarian aid, or volunteers.

 

In Transcarpathia, they came up with a way to make money for those who want to escape to the EU (video)

Law enforcement officers detained the attackers at the “hot”, near the border, when they received the second part of the payment of 4 thousand dollars.

In Transcarpathia, they came up with a way to make money for those who want to escape to the EU (video)

"Both organizers of the illegal scheme, according to Article 208 of the Code of Criminal Procedure of Ukraine, was placed in a temporary detention center", the police said, adding that such a crime is punishable by imprisonment for up to seven years with deprivation of the right to hold certain positions or engage in certain activities.

Prepared by: Nina Petrovich