Georgian crime lord Archi fresh out of jail expelled from Ukraine
He spent the last 3 years in prison in the Rivne region for committing robberies.
A Georgian mafia boss nicknamed Archi, 40, has been expelled from the territory of Ukraine. He spent the last 3 years in prison in the Rivne region for committing robberies. Vyacheslav Abroskin, the deputy chairman of the National Police of Ukraine made a post on Facebook about it.
“Even today, before his release, Archi had plans to stay in the country. However, he has to return home to Georgia. He was the first to go, and we’ll have all foreign ‘tourist’-criminals go to their home countries after jail in the new year. We will be helping them to do this,” wrote Abroskin.
The deputy head of the National Police of Ukraine did not say the crime boss’s real name.
The Ukrainian authorities report on the capture and expulsion of thieves in law and crime lords on regular basis. Earlier, it was two Azerbaijani vors, Ilgar Aliev (Ilgar Dmanissky) and Dzhavid Mamedov (Dato Agdzhabedinsky), Georgian thieves in law Khdra Rashidov (Khidir), Tengiz Charay (Tengo Pitersky), Gigu Petriashvili (Professor), Georgy Modebadze (Gega Ozurgetsky) and Ramaz Tsikoridze (Ramaz Bagdadsky).
Earlier, the head of the Kiev police, Andrei Krishchenko, estimated the number of mafia figures remaining in the country to be 20 to 30 people. He noted that the police intend to initiate the introduction of a strict criminal punishment (5 to 7 years in prison) for violating the ban on entry into Ukraine, which is believed to improve the thieves situation.