In the Polish city of Katowice, the Office for Combating Organized Crime and Corruption of the National Prosecutor’s Office accused two of the illegally natives of Chechnya in the country of organizing illegal migration. About it informs press service of the department.
According to official information, the suspects, together with a Ukrainian citizen, organized an illegal border crossing for immigrants from the Middle East and their transit through Poland to Germany. The natives of Chechnya worked in Greece, Slovakia, Hungary, Austria, Germany and the countries of the Middle East. If proven guilty, they face up to eight years in prison.
- Previously reportedthat the Polish border guards cut off the channel of illegal migration through Belarus. Two citizens of Georgia accused of his organization were arrested pending a court decision; their compatriot who helped them was sentenced to six months in prison.
- Last year, Lithuanian border guards detained 19 Chechens in a forest near a village in the Shalchininki district near the border. Five men, four women and children came to Lithuania from the territory of Belarus.