Police find ten influential Georgian thieves in law in Kiev
These criminals, according to Head of National police of the Ukrainian capital Andrey Krishchenko, have great influence on the criminal situation in the city.
About ten thieves in law from Georgia are currently in Kiev. Head of the National Police of the city Andrey Krishchenko reported about it in an interview for Cenzor.NET on Monday, September 25.
According to him, the criminals influence criminogenic situation in the Ukrainian capital. The Head of Kiev police emphasized that law enforcement authorities periodically turn out criminals from Ukraine, however, some of them come back as the legislation concerning the ban on entry into the country is still insufficiently ‘rigidly settled’.
“There is no actual punishment for it,” Krishchenko emphasized.
To recall, earlier Head of the National police of Ukraine Sergey Knyazev reported that since the beginning of this year Russia “has sent” 29 thieves in law to the territory of the country.
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