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Uzbek Man Sets Up Production Of Belarusian Driver's Licenses In Russian Federation

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Uzbek Man Sets Up Production Of Belarusian Driver's Licenses In Russian Federation

On their basis, he helped people get employed in Yandex Taxi.

An active citizen of Uzbekistan, Temurbek Khudainazarov, opened a branch of the Belarusian traffic police near Russian Ryazan. Illegal, of course.

A citizen of Uzbekistan found out how to produce Belarusian licenses, bought equipment and set up work. He sold the drivers licenses, or rather their photographs, to his compatriots for 40-60 dollars.

True, Temurbek only managed to work for a few months: he opened the “company” in February, and he was detained in June. At his home they found 38 fake Belarusian driver's licenses and many plastic blanks.

Temurbek received 480 hours of compulsory labor from a Russian court for falsifying official documents. But he didn’t have to serve anything: his time in the pre-trial detention center counted. True, the man has been deported to his homeland. His stay in Russia wasn’t exactly legal.

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