Ukrainians are increasingly using fraudulent methods of illegally crossing the Polish border. This time the student wanted to enter Poland with false documents. He was sentenced.
In Volhynia, a student was fined 68 000 hryvnias for forging documents in his mother's name and using them when trying to cross the state border.
The boy made his mother “disabled”. The judgment was issued by the District Court in Luboml.
In April, Vladyslav L., a student from the Chernihiv region, agreed with an unknown person on Telegram to present documents in his mother's name, which would give him the right to freely cross the state border of Ukraine.
In particular, an unidentified person forged a certificate in which she entered false information that Vladyslav L.'s mother was consularly registered at the Consulate General of Ukraine in Hamburg, a pension certificate in which she indicated false information that the woman was disabled of the second group, and an extract from the opinion of the medical and social commission, which contained false information that the accused's mother required external help due to her state of health and was dependent on third parties.
The fugitive paid five thousand hryvnias for the falsified documents, but they did not help him to leave for Poland via “Jagodin”, because the border guards discovered the forgery.
The indictment was submitted to the court thanks to a settlement between the accused and the prosecutor. Vladyslav L. was found guilty of the offenses provided for in Part 5 of Article 27, Part 3 of Article 358 and Part 4 of Article 358 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. He was fined 68 thousand UAH.
At the same border crossing in Yahodin, border guards detained another Ukrainian who illegally tried to enter Poland.
Oleg T., a native of the Chernihiv region, in his place of residence in Kyiv, via Telegram, agreed with unidentified persons to issue documents in his name, which gave him the right to leave Ukraine freely. In particular, the petitioner ordered a military card, a certificate from the military medical board and a certificate of exclusion from military registration. He paid $2,000 for all of these forgeries, and received the documents in the mail. He presented these documents at the checkpoint of the international railway “Jagodin”. DPS employees did not buy false documents.
The actions of the petitioner have been qualified under part 5 of article 27, part 3 of article 358, part 4 of article 358 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. The indictment was submitted to the court along with a settlement between the accused and the prosecutor. As a result, the court fined Oleh T. 68 000 UAH.