Border Guards at Warsaw Chopin Airport Detain Tunisian Pursued by Interpol

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    A 43-year-old Tunisian national, flagged by Interpol with a red notice, was apprehended by Border Guards at Warsaw Chopin Airport during passenger check-in. The red notice, issued by Saudi Arabian authorities, pertains to charges of forgery.


    Interpol Pursuit and Airport Arrest

    The Tunisian, attempting to board a flight to Belgium, now faces extradition to the Warsaw Regional Prosecutor’s Office under the supervision of the Border Guards. The arrest highlights international cooperation in combating transnational crimes.

    The detained individual will undergo further legal proceedings in Warsaw, as confirmed by Captain Dagmara Bielec, spokesperson for the Vistula Border Guard Regional Command. The Saudi-issued red notice underscores the global reach of law enforcement efforts.

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