No cases of deportation of foreigners from the territory of Ukraine during the Euro 2012 have been registered, the head of the Interpol’s National Bureau in Ukraine subject to the Internal Ministry Vasyl Nevolya told a press conference, ForUm correspondent reports.

"This shows that the fans arriving in our country, coming to enjoy staying in Ukraine and taking part in the football feast celebration," he said.

Moreover, according to him, the police have received 267 reports of offences during the hosting championship on the territory of Ukraine.

"Mostly there are reports about the loss of tickets, documents and property. However, the criminal offences such as fraud and theft have been also registered.

23 criminal proceedings have been instituted over these offences," the representative of the Interpol’s National Bureau in Ukraine said.

In addition, Nevolya stressed that 89 police officers from nine countries worked in Ukraine during the group stage of the championship. He added that during the quarterfinal matches in Ukraine will work 9 police officers from Italy, 16 from England, 9 from Spain and 7 from France.
In turn, the first deputy director of the International Legal Department for preparations and hosting Euro-2012 of the State Border Guard Service Administration of Ukraine Volodymyr Karas said only 24 people have been not allowed to cross the Ukrainian border since the start of Euro 2012. 

"As a rule, they were refused entry into our country because they had declared a trip to the championship, but failed to confirm the purpose of their coming," he explained.

Karas also noted that for the period of Euro-2012 the border guards have managed to reduce the time of border and customs procedures in two or three times.

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