Russian diplomat tried to bribe Ukrainian law enforcers

Source : 112 Ukraine

Issue of announcing Russian diplomat persona non grata is under consideration
15:40, 18 June 2016

The Ukrainian Security Service has unveiled an attempt of a diplomat of the Russian Federation Consulate General in Kharkiv to bribe one of the Ukrainian law enforcers, according to the SSU press service.

"Russian offered 400 US dollars for the issuance of driver's licenses in his name and the name of another representative of a foreign consular offices. After detaining a man introduced himself a diplomat of the Consulate General of Russia in Kharkiv. He showed law enforcers a diplomatic passport and accreditation card. Considering that the foreigner has a diplomatic immunity, he was released. SSU considers the question of announcing the Russian diplomat persona non grata ", - the report says.

Security Service of Ukraine continues to oppose the representatives of special services of the Russian Federation in their effort to corrupt law enforcement bodies of Ukraine, and also to use these situations to compromise state institutions, noted in the department.

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