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26 February 2014 | 12:08
Moldovan with fake papers detained at Ukrainian border with Poland
A citizen of the Republic of Moldova was held Monday, January 24, 2014, at the Ukrainian border with a false passport. He was traveling to Poland, reported vgolos.com.ua.
The Moldovan, aged 37 years, presented the border guards in Seghini-Medika a forged Romanian passport.

According to Ukrainian media, the act shown to law enforcers fueled suspicions. After thorough checks, the border officers found that the passport did not meet the standards set by law. Investigation revealed that the man was originally from Moldova, while his Romanian passport was fake.

The Moldovean is under custody for a few days, time during which administrative procedures will begin to identify and clarify the circumstances of the offense.

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