Prosecutor Gabriela Fossati charged this Sunday the former Uruguayan consul in Moscow, Stefano Di Conza, in the case that investigates a network of document falsification through which Russian citizens obtain Uruguayan passports.
The official, now in pretrial detention, served in the diplomatic representation of Uruguay in Russia between 2013 and 2018 and was charged with 14 crimes of fraud and assumption of Civil Status.
According to the prosecutor's investigation, the gang doctored identity records so that Russian citizens could obtain Uruguayan documents.
Thus, based on the falsification of documents such as birth certificates, they processed other documents such as . . .