Two Turks arrested after glider crash off Greek island | Malay Mail

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Two Turks arrested after glider crash off Greek island | Malay Mail

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Two Turks arrested after glider crash off Greek island | Malay Mail

ISTANBUL, April 17 — Two Turkish citizens who managed to enter Greece illegally on a motorised paraglider, were arrested after crashing off Evia island, Greek authorities said today.   According to a Ministry of Maritime Affairs statement, the two men, 32 and 33 years old, crashed off...

Sunday, 17 Apr 2022 09:54 PM MYTISTANBUL, April 17 — Two Turkish citizens who managed to enter Greece illegally on a motorised paraglider, were arrested after crashing off Evia island, Greek authorities said today.  According to a Ministry of Maritime Affairs statement, the two men, 32 and 33 years old, crashed off the island near Athens after they run out of fuel. 

Local authorities were alerted by fishermen who saw the glider falling into the sea.“They had left Smyrna in Turkey with Athens as destination in order to travel abroad. Because of fuel shortage, the glider fell off the port city of Karystos”, the ministry statement said. 

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   According to a Ministry of Maritime Affairs statement, the two men, 32 and 33 years old, crashed off the island near Athens after they run out of fuel.  Local authorities were alerted by fishermen who saw the glider falling into the sea. He said that the police was still tracking the syndicate and had remanded the man, who is unemployed, to facilitate investigations under Section 420 of the Penal Code. “They had left Smyrna in Turkey with Athens as destination in order to travel abroad.50am. Because of fuel shortage, the glider fell off the port city of Karystos”, the ministry statement said. Kamarul Rizal said that in the second case, a man in his 20s was arrested on suspicions of being the owner of a mule account used by a Macau Scam syndicate two days ago.  The two men were taken for first aid to the medical center of Karystos. I cannot go home since 2019 because of the Covid-19 pandemic and of course I’m happy to finally being able to set foot in my home state of Sabah.

  They were placed in police custody because they did not have appropriate travel documents. “The woman said she received a call from an Inland Revenue Board officer, who claimed she had tax arrears amounting to RM17,670. He said the 64-year-old skipper of the pump boat was also detained yesterday to assist in the investigation under Section 304A of the Penal Code for causing death by negligence. After a failed coup against him, six years ago, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan unleashed a sweeping political crackdown and mass arrests. Since then, there have been numerous cases of Turkish citizens fleeing their country seeking refuge in Greece or political asylum in other European countries. “She then provided her bank account information to the syndicate before discovering that RM9,200 had been transferred out of her Tabung Haji savings to another bank account without her knowledge,” he said. — AFP You May Also Like .