The Prosecutor’s Office of Krasnoperekopsk disrict in occupied Crimea will bring to justice the owner of Pivna Khata café for her employee, a Ukrainian citizen.
The so-called Inter-district Prosecutor's Office cited lack of special patent as a reason for fining the Ukrainian.
“It is established that Sushkova E.V., an individual entrepreneur, employed a Ukrainian citizen in Pivna Khata café as a foreigner without patent,” the Crimean Prosecutor's Office reports.
Court fined the café owner RUB 250 thousand for violating the law.
It was reported earlier by QHA that Russian control services take away passports from citizens of Ukraine on the temporarily occupied territory of Crimea.
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