Offenders brought to administrative responsibility, their further fate will be decided by the court.
In the Odessa region, four Ukrainians tried to illegally cross the border with Moldova under martial law. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.
Border guards from the Belgorod-Dnestrovsky pen noticed four men who were trying to illegally cross the state border. The violators were local residents from the nearest settlement in the Odessa region. They began their “journey” in the middle of the night, as they hoped for a successful outcome and go unnoticed.
Employees of the Pharaonovka department discovered four Ukrainians with the help of a thermal imager and immediately began to demand that the violators stop. They did not react in any way to the calls of the border guards, and then they completely began to run away. They were stopped only by warning shots in the air.
During the interrogation, the men admitted that they wanted to illegally enter the territory of Moldova because of the ban on leaving Ukraine for men of military age.
“Currently, offenders have been brought to administrative responsibility under Article 204-1 “Illegal crossing or attempted illegal crossing of the state border of Ukraine” and Article 185-10 “Malicious disobedience to a lawful order or demand of a serviceman or employee of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine or a member of a public formation for the protection of public order and the state border “KuoAP”, – the message says.
Their further fate will be decided by the court.
Recall, on February 16, the State Border Guard Service reported that four Ukrainians tried to cross the border with Romania on a mattress. The border guards caught the violators at the moment when they were preparing to cross the river.
On February 14, it was reported that an official from the Ternopil region did not return to Ukraine after traveling abroad. He went to meet his family in Poland, but was never seen again, as Volodymyr Shmatko, mayor of Chortkiv, reported on his Facebook page.
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