Azerbaijan Border Service prevents 14 foreigners from crossing borders (PHOTO)
Baku, Azerbaijan, Feb. 21
The Azerbaijani State Border Service has recently prevented an attempt of 14 foreign citizens to cross the state borders, Trend reports referring to the Border Service on Feb. 21.
Two Uzbek citizens who arrived via the Tashkent-Baku flight submitted fake passports to the border officials.
Moreover, it was revealed that the passport, submitted by a 44-year-old-Pakistani citizen who arrived via the Doha-Baku flight, belongs to other 31-year-old person.
A Ukrainian citizen tried to cross the Russian-Azerbaijani border by using a fake passport.
An Uzbek citizen who arrived via the Moscow-Baku flight also submitted a fake passport.
A passenger departing via the Baghdad-Baku-Frankfurt transit flight submitted a fake passport.
The fake documents on permanent residence in Portugal and Italy were submitted by Pakistani citizens departing via the Baku-Kiev-Helsinki transit flight.
Fake passports were submitted to the border officials by an Uzbek citizen who arrived via the Moscow-Baku flight, as well as an Uzbek citizen who arrived from Russia to Azerbaijan through the Samur customs checkpoint.
A fake Schengen visa was revealed in the passports submitted by two Pakistani citizens, departing via the Baku-Istanbul flight.
A fake Canadian visa was revealed in the passport of an Indian citizen, departing via the Baku-Istanbul-Vancouver flight.
A Turkish citizen departing via the Baku-Frankfurt flight also submitted the fake passport.
The corresponding measures are being taken towards the detainees.