SIMFEROPOL/AQMESCIT (QHA) -

Twenty three Ukrainians were expelled from the occupied Crimea because of allegedly "illegal labor activity commited by a foreign citizen or a stateless person", the so-called border department of the Federal Security Service of Russia in the Crimea reported.  

The decision to expel Ukrainians was made by the Kremlin-controlled Yevpatoria City Court, which prohibited them from entering the occupied peninsula. 

“In the suburb of Yevpatoria, in the village of Novoozernoe, employees of the Frontier Directorate have established the fact of employment of 36 Ukrainian citizens in the territory of the Yakorek kindergarten who worked in violation of the article On the Legal Status of Foreign Citizens,” the so-called department noted.

According to the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation, the Ukrainians worked in the Crimea annexed by Russia, allegedly "without having in their hands the relevant labor patent and permits for the provision of housing."

Earlier, the Federal Security Service of Russia reported the detention of a Ukrainian citizen in the annexed Simferopol - Konstantyn Davydenko, who allegedly "collected and transmitted  information on the activities of Rosgvardia units and the FSB to Ukrainian intelligence services."

According to Russian special services, Davydenko deliberately collected and transmitted information to Ukrainian secret services on the activities of units and formations of the Federal Service of Troops - the National Guard of the Russian Federation and officers of the Russian Federal Security Service that constituting State secrets.

Source: Kryminform

QHA