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Falsifiers of Shengen visas detained in Georgia2010-06-16 18:00
Falsifiers of Shengen visas are detained in Georgia. According to the Interior Ministry, police arrested four women, who dealt with making fake visas - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
One of the four detained is a founder and owner of Fortuna Travel tourist agency.
The criminal grouping produced fake visas for entering European countries and took EUR 4 000 for their "services."