A Belarusian stalker was found in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.
Yesterday around midnight, while implementing operative information, border guards of the Mlachivka department and officers of the National Police detained an unknown person while entering the exclusion zone.
The man, as it turned out, a citizen of Belarus, who has a permanent residence permit in Ukraine, went to the resettled area for extreme tourism and recreation.
Law enforcement officers drew up administrative documents for the foreign stalker under Art. 46-1 КУпАП “Violation of requirements of a mode of radiation safety in the areas which have undergone radioactive contamination”, the decision on which will be accepted by court. The “Tourist” faces punishment in the form of a fine.
We will remind that within the limits of strengthening of protection of border with Belarus the special frontier operation “Polissya” proceeds.
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