During the searches, police seized 11 cars.
In the Carpathian region, employees of a charitable organization were exposed, who were selling cars that they brought as humanitarian aid for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
This is reported press office National Police.
“Under the procedural leadership of the Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Prosecutor’s Office, officials of one of the charitable organizations were exposed for the illegal implementation of humanitarian aid during martial law,” the department noted.
According to the investigation, the perpetrators imported inventory items and cars into the customs territory of Ukraine under the guise of humanitarian aid. Then all this was sold for profit.
Law enforcement officers recorded the facts of the sale of three vehicles imported into Ukraine as humanitarian aid for $20,000. During the searches, they found and seized 11 vehicles, certificates of transfer and acceptance of free humanitarian aid and foreign registration documents for these vehicles.
Employees of the charitable organization face up to seven years in prison.
Recall, a little earlier it was reported that pseudo-volunteers in the Ternopil region bought luxury cars with the money raised.