In Poland, at the Medica checkpoint, border guards detained 42 Ukrainians and 58 Moldovan citizens who were trying to enter the country on forged documents. It is known that workers from Ukraine and Moldova went to the Polish city of Lodz. There they allegedly had to work in hotels and warehouses. However, after an inspection, Polish border guards found that their invitations to work were false. Later, the workers admitted that they would pay from 150 to 200 euros for forged documents. Some of the detainees planned to stay at work in Poland, others – to go to work in Western Europe. The offenders voluntarily agreed to six months in prison with a two-year reprieve. All workers were returned to Ukraine. A court in Poland will also rule banning them from entering the Schengen area.