At Chopin Airport, border guards checked a Syrian citizen’s ID. According to them, during the inspection of the documents they discovered a forged Canadian visa. The man was charged.
Officers from the Warsaw-Okęcie Border Guard Station noticed a Syrian citizen during a patrol in the Non-Schengen transit zone of Warsaw Chopin Airport.
The 32-year-old man presented a Syrian passport with a Japanese and Canadian visa. According to the Border Guard in a statement, the traveler had a ticket for a flight to Tokyo, for which he did not show up, and a ticket reservation for a flight to London, which was scheduled in a few hours.
“He had a forged document”
“During the inspection of the documents, it turned out that the Canadian visa differed significantly from the original and was forged. The Syrian was charged with using a forged document in front of Border Guard officers, an offense under Article 270, paragraph 1 of the Penal Code. He confessed and provided explanations,” the guards described.
After completing the activities, the traveler flew to Cairo.
Main photo source: Nadwiślański Border Guard Unit