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Occupation court deports 23 Ukrainians from Crimea

They were accused of the illegal labor activity
11:03, 13 February 2018

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The Yevpatoria City Court in occupied Crimea made a decision to send back 23 citizens of Ukraine from the peninsula due to 'the illegal labor activity performed by a foreigner or a person without citizenship of labor activity' as Kryminform reported citing the Border Department of the FSB of Russia in Crimea.

It is reported that the Russian law enforcers established the fact that 36 citizens of Ukraine illegally performed the labor activity at 'Yakirek' kindergarten, in Novoozerne village. In the result, the law 'On violation of the stay regime in Russia' was enforced against them.

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'All trespassers were brought to the administrative responsibility according to the article on the illegal labor activity performed by a foreigner or a person without citizenship of labor activity. Moreover, 18 people were accused of the violation of the stay regime in Russia', the message said.

The Yevpatoria court controlled by Kremlin made a decision to ban 23 citizens of Ukraine from the entry to Russia.

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At the same time, the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine noted that it is impossible to identify the detained in Crimea as Russia does not disclose their personal data.

As we reported the FSB, Russia's Federal Security Service claimed that a Ukrainian citizen was detained in Simferopol, in the annexed Crimea. The FSB claimed that Kostyantyn Davydenko, the citizen of Ukraine appeared to have intentionally collected secret information about the activities of the National Guard and the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation.

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