Kyiv region police detected 7 illegal tourists in the Chernobyl Zone, 1 of whom was lost.
A 21-year-old man called the Vyshgorod District Police Department and reported that his 19-Year-old comrade, with whom they arrived on the territory of the exclusion zone for the purpose of extreme tourism, disappeared.
Within hours, employees of the Vyshgorod district police department jointly with employees of the State Emergency Service in Kiev region found a young man in the area of the detached village of Cherevach.
Another 5 citizens from 22 to 35 years old who illegally infiltrated the prohibited territory were found in Pripyat city. All of them are citizens of Kharkiv and Zhytomyr regions.
Regarding violators, police have drawn up protocols for the century. 46-1 (Violation of radiation safety requirements in the areas that have suffered radioactive pollution) Code of Ukraine on administrative offenses.
Administrative materials are sent to court to make a decision.
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