A Transcarpathian border guard was offered a bribe

25 August 2015 12:43  49105148 0106187
A Transcarpathian border guard was offered a bribe

Today in the morning, an Armenian family (four adults and three children) attempted to get to Hungary. During the passport control, four of them had signs of forged stamps.

Before leaving to Hungary, the Armenians received Schengen visas at the consulate of Greece in Odessa. The passports were genuine, but the stamps of entry to Ukraine and views for permanent residence did not meet the standard.

During the passage of the second line of control, the head of the family tried to bribe border guards so that his family could freely go abroad. However, the offer was rejected, instead, the criminal offense (use of a knowingly forged document and giving a bribe) was reported to the investigative group of District Police of Uzhgorod.

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