The guy bought a pension certificate from a businessman from Kherson for $1,500.
The guy wanted to go abroad / photo facebook.com/zahidnuy.kordon
In Transcarpathia, at the Solotvyno checkpoint, border guards stopped another attempt to illegally cross the border – a 20-year-old Ukrainian “pretended” to be a pensioner.
This was reported by the Western Regional Department of the State Border Service of Ukraine on Facebook.
“Our 20-year-old compatriot from Kherson tried to get into neighboring Romania, who provided the inspector with a pension certificate to check documents,” the report says.
During an in-depth study of the provided document, the border guards found that it was fake.
“In the course of the interview, the unfortunate pensioner said that he had purchased a certificate from a businessman from Kherson for $1,500,” the border guards said.
GPSU sent a notification about the discovery of signs of a criminal offense under Part 4 of Art. 358 of the Criminal Code “Forgery of documents, seals, stamps and forms, sale or use of forged documents, seals, stamps” and Art. 336 of the Criminal Code “Draft evasion for mobilization”.
Earlier, at the checkpoint “Mogilev-Podolsky” (border with Moldova), border guards refused to leave Ukraine for a man whose documents indicated that he was commissioned due to pregnancy and difficult childbirth.