Thief in law Dato Svan expelled from Kazakhstan
Previously deported from Ukraine, David Gerliani wanted to enter Kazakhstan using other person's passport details.
Georgian thief in law David Gerliani has been expelled from Kazakhstan for violation of migration legislation, Webinfo.kz reports.
According to Spokesperson of Kazakhstan MIA Almas Sabudaev, the thief in law is banned from entering the country.
The Kazakhstan MIA believes that Dato Svan had arrived in the country using someone else's passport details for the purpose of spreading the "thieves' ideology."
The agency noted that the MIA of Kazakhstan takes measures to prevent the penetration of criminal representatives from the countries of near and far abroad.
To recall, in May 2017, Ukraine deported Dato Svan to Georgia. He was detained in Dnepr for the same reason as this time, i.e. the use of forged documents.
In the summer 2016, the Ukrainian side deported Gerliani, but he returned to supervise the activities of criminals in the Odessa region.
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