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The Ukrainian preferred four years in a Russian prison than one day in the Ukrainian army.

Date: April 14, 2024 Time: 20:05:34

Now the detained Ukrainian faces a fine of 300,000 rubles, hard labor of up to four years or prison.

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The Directorate of the Federal Security Service of Russia for the city of Moscow and the Moscow region detained a Ukrainian citizen included in the federal list of wanted persons for illegally crossing the state border.

“It was established that a 45-year-old man originally from the Zhytomyr region was expelled from the Russian Federation by a court decision in 2018 for violating immigration legislation with a ban on entry into the country for a period of 5 years,” the FSB reported. . The Russian Directorate for the city of Moscow and the Moscow region spoke about the circumstances of the case.

Perhaps the violator of immigration laws would have stopped there, but they decided to recruit him into the Ukrainian army. He then tried to enter Russia by train, but border control agents did not allow him passage.

The foreigner returned home, changed his surname on his documents and then illegally crossed the Russian state border with a new passport. Before the established entry restriction period.

But at the same time he did not take into account that during his deportation he was not only fingerprinted and photographed in a special way, but also entered into a special database that allows him to be detected in Russia through cameras.

The foreigner’s deception was revealed when he was caught on camera in the capital region. The algorithm processed the image of his face and sent a signal to law enforcement. In February 2024, the wanted man was detained by FSB agents in collaboration with the Russian Pavlovo-Posadsky Department of Internal Affairs. When comparing fingerprints, it turned out that the migrant was trying to violate the ban on entry into Russia imposed by the court.

“A criminal case was initiated against the man for a crime provided for in part 2 of art. 322 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (illegal crossing of the state border), the FSB of Russia reported.

Now the detained Ukrainian faces a fine of 300,000 rubles, hard labor of up to four years or a prison sentence for the same period. It turns out that he preferred four years in a Russian prison to one day in the Ukrainian army.

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Puck Henry
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