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Korczowa. He changed his name and went on a journey to buy a car. They stopped him at the border

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A 39-year-old Ukrainian citizen changed his name to cross the border despite being banned from entering the Schengen area. The man was detained at the border crossing in Korczowa (Podkarpackie Voivodeship) during the check in the direction of entry to Poland.

The incident happened on Tuesday (April 18). During the check-in, the border guards established that the foreigner had tried to cross the border by deceit. – As it turned out, due to previous problems with the law, his stay in Poland was undesirable – said Lieutenant Piotr Zakielarz, spokesman for the Bieszczady Border Guard Unit. He added that this was related to cigarette smuggling, for which in 2020 the man was banned from entering countries the Schengen area for five years.

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He changed his name to enter Poland Bieszczady Border Guard Unit

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He changed his name and went to buy a new car. He fell at the border

The man – as reported by the Border Guard – wanted to get to Poland through Poland Norwayto buy a car there.

– A foreigner changed his name to travel despite being banned from entering, but the ruse failed. border guards as part of border control, he has access to a lot of information and is able to detect this type of activity – emphasized Zakielarz.

The foreigner pleaded guilty to the charges against him and was voluntarily sentenced to six months’ imprisonment suspended for two years. He was also banned from entering and after completing the activities he returned to Ukraine.

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The spokesperson of the Bieszczady Border Guard Department provided data showing that since the beginning of this year, Border Guard officers have detained over 10 foreigners who changed their personal data for similar reasons.

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– In all cases, they were Ukrainian citizens who wanted to circumvent the regulations by crossing the border as allegedly different people – the official said.

And he reminded that it is a crime punishable by up to three years in prison.

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Main photo source: Bieszczady Border Guard Unit

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