Two Spanish citizens with fake digital vaccination certificates can be found at Otopeni Airport

Two Spanish citizens with false digital vaccination certificates were found at Otopeni Airport. The two were coming from Istanbul.

Spanish citizens were discovered at the Henri Coandă Border Crossing Point in Bucharest. They presented for the entry control in Romania vaccination certificates for the SARS CoV-2 virus that did not correspond to their identification data, being false.

The incident took place on Thursday. Two Spanish citizens, aged 25 and 26, tried to enter Romania, with a flight from Turkey to Istanbul.

“The two passengers presented digital vaccination certificates with a QR code, issued by the Spanish authorities, attesting that they are vaccinated against the SARS Cov-2 virus in Spain. The border police found that the identification data corresponding to the QR code are different compared to the identity data from the travel documents presented at the border control by the two men, the certificates presented not being authentic ”, announced the representatives of the Border Police.

The Spaniards gave up the continuation of the trip, in this case being investigated under the aspect of committing the crime of computer forgery.

(source: AFP)

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