Having permission to travel to the European Union, they imported humanitarian aid to Ukraine for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and internally displaced persons, which they then sold on the territory of their own households.
In the Ternopil region, the police exposed a group of people who were selling humanitarian aid: they sold mainly military goods – plate carriers, military clothing, and the like.
About it informs Department of Strategic Investigations of the National Police of Ukraine.
Thus, four men, having permission to travel to the European Union, brought humanitarian aid to Ukraine for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and internally displaced persons.
In fact, the delivered goods were distributed among the members of the criminal group and sold on the territory of their own households.
It is reported that on July 14, law enforcement officers conducted a series of authorized searches and seized humanitarian aid: uniforms, unloading gear, tactical glasses, knives, food, personal hygiene products, baby items, first-aid kits and medicines, including the potent drug Tramadol.
The amount of seized property is approximately two million hryvnia. The issue of informing the defendants of suspicions under Part 3 of Art. 201-2 (illegal use for profit of humanitarian aid, charitable donations or gratuitous aid) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
Earlier, UNIAN has already reported that an underground “printing house” was exposed in Kyiv, where they forged certificates for those liable for military service.