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The leader of the Kyrgyz diaspora was detained in Yakutsk
One of the leaders of the Kyrgyz diaspora was detained in Yakutsk while selling fictitious migration documents. A criminal case was also instituted against him for organizing illegal migration committed by a group of persons by prior conspiracy.
According to the press service of the FSB Directorate for Yakutia, the man’s accomplice was a Russian citizen. A criminal case has also been instituted against her.
According to the investigation, the accomplices were looking for foreigners who needed to register for migration, and then looked for people for them who were ready to act as a host. After that, fictitious documents were drawn up on the arrival of a foreign citizen. The members of the group distributed the money received from these transactions among themselves.