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SBU expels "code-bound criminal" from Ukraine

SBU officers detained the criminal in Obolon district of the capital
16:06, 3 September 2018

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Ukraine’s SBU expelled a “code-bound criminal” nicknamed “Papun” who is involved in the commission of felonies and grace offenses, as SBU press office reported.

“The law enforcers determined that the representative of the criminal sectors from the South Caucasus countries nicknamed “Papun” illegally returned to Ukraine regardless of the entry ban. According to the security service. The culprit arrived at the territory of our state to coordinate the activity of the criminal gangs. The “code-bound criminal” had to take control over reallocation of the money flow from the robberies, armed assaults, thefts and blackmail,” the message says.

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SBU officers detained the criminal in Obolon district of the capital and forcefully expelled him from Ukraine.

Earlier, another “code-bound criminal” nicknamed “Khidir” was expelled from Ukraine. He came here to enhance the impact of a clan of “code-bound criminals”.

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