Mob Lavasoglu Batumsky emissary detained in Odessa
Earlier, the man was denied entry to Ukraine as a person who tried to influence the criminal situation in the south of the country.
On the eve, law enforcement officers did not let criminal mob into Ukraine.
The 31-year-old man arrived on a flight from Turkey is a representative of the Mindia Goradze's clan (Lavasoglu Batumsky).
As it was reported at the police headquarters, this citizen was deported from Ukraine as a person who tried to influence the criminal situation in the south of the country. Then the State Migration Service decided to ban him from entering the territory of Ukraine for five years. However, the mob attempted to violate the prohibitive order and wanted to get back into Ukraine, bypassing the law.
Recall thief in law Lavasoglu Batumsky, along with another mob Antimosa Kukhilava (Antik), controls most of the crime in Odessa. In recent years, their representatives began to fight with people of another influential thief in law Nadir Salifov (Guli). The mobs currently live in Turkey.
Earlier, the police estimated that there might be from 40 to 45 thieves in law in Ukraine. But given the constant migration, the number of 'authorities' is continuously changing, sometimes decreasing to 30–35. Moreover, most of the mobs are not citizens of Ukraine.