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Russian FSB detains Ukrainian at administrative border with annexed Crimea

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ukraine’s citizen was detained with the forged migration card
13:58, 11 December 2019

FSB detains Ukrainian
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Russia’s FSB detained a citizen of Ukraine in annexed Crimea. He allegedly tried to cross the administrative border with the forged migration card as Kryminform reported.

It is stated that during the identity check at Armyansk checkpoint, the ‘border guards’ doubted the authenticity of the migration card provided by the citizen of Kherson region of the 1976 year of birth.

The Ukrainian allegedly stated that ‘he bought the form of the migration card in Moscow oblast for $63 to extend the allowed term of staying in the territory of Russia”.

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He was passed to the law enforcement bodies of the occupation authority for consideration of issues “of observance of migration legislation and use of the forged document”.

Earlier Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has detained a Russian woman in Sevastopol on suspicion of espionage in favor of the intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

As we reported, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution calling on Russia to withdraw troops from the annexed Crimea and to end the occupation of Ukrainian territories.

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