A forged letter of authorization, a cache and medicines were found in Vylok

9 April 2014 09:38  6165660 066489
A forged letter of authorization, a cache and medicines were found in Vylok

Yesterday, at the checkpoint "Vylok", border guards of Mukachevo detachment found a forged letter of authorization for an expensive SUV. It is noteworthy that a citizen of the Czech Republic driving a car "Mercedes-Benz GL 320 CDI", entering Ukraine, chose the "green corridor" lane. After the inspection, it was found out that the citizen indicated in the certificate of registration for the vehicle, at the time of issuance of the letter, was in Ukraine. This gave reason to believe that this letter of authorization was fake or contained invalid data. Later, the State Notary's Office of the Czech Republic informed that this letter of authorization had not been issued on the territory of the Czech Republic. As a result, the vehicle was seized. A protocol on violation of customs regulations was drawn up. The amount of assessment will be set later.

At the same checkpoint, that day, border guards found an empty cache in the van "Citroen", and in a "Mercedes", driven by a Hungarian citizen, border guards found among the personal belongings 49 pills of foreign medications "FRONTIN", which, as explained, belonged to the driver. The active substance "alprazolam" is listed in the list of restricted narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances and precursors approved by the order of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dd. 06.05.2000, № 770 "Psychotropic substance".At the time of inspection, the citizen had no permits for transportation of the drug. As a result of the joint inspection, the protocol was drawn up. The foreign medications "FRONTIN" was confiscated - the State Border Guard Service in Western Ukraine reported. 

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