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FSB detains Ukrainian trying to enter Crimea illegally

A man was aiming to Crimea “in search of better living conditions” and had no documents.
13:57, 3 October 2019

Russian Security Service
Crimean solidarity

Russia’s FSB states about detention of a citizen of Kryvy Rih, Ukraine as he “tried to enter Crimea bypassing the checkpoints” as Kryminform reported citing FSB.

A Ukrainian of the 1965 year of birth was detained in three km from Perekop checkpoint controlled by Russia.

According to the Russian law enforcers, the detainee whose name is unknown was aiming to Crimea “in search of better living conditions” and had no documents.

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The criminal case was opened against the detainee. He might be fined for $3.000 or in the sum of the wage or another income for 18 months or forcible works during two years or deprivation of liberty for two years.

As we reported another attempt of recruitment of Ukrainian citizen for espionage in favor of Russia’s FSB took place in Crimea. A citizen of Ukraine appealed to the law enforcers during stay in the occupation checkpoint Dzhankoi. He was transferred by Russian border guards to the FSB representatives who forced him to unacknowledged cooperation in their interests.



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