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Russia declared a migration amnesty for 158 thousand citizens of Uzbekistan

Permission to enter will not affect those people who were deported from Russia on the basis of court decisions.

Russia declared a migration amnesty for 158 thousand citizens of Uzbekistan
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The Embassy of Uzbekistan in Moscow announced Russia's decision to grant migrant amnesty to 158,000 Uzbek citizens who were earlier banned to enter Russia. This decision was announced by First Deputy Interior Minister Aleksandr Gorovoy at a meeting with an Uzbek delegation, which is currently in Moscow.

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“Russia announced a migration amnesty for 158 thousand citizens of Uzbekistan who were previously banned from entering the territory of the country. This was stated by Colonel-General Alexander Gorovoy during a meeting with an Uzbek delegation headed by adviser to the Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Mehriddin Khairiddinov, ”the Uzbek embassy said, quoted by TASS.

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Note that the migration amnesty will not apply to those who were deported from Russia on the basis of court decisions.

It was also announced that a pilot project of the Ministries of Internal Affairs of Russia and Uzbekistan will start working on October 18, the purpose of which is to issue permits to work in the Russian Federation for ten thousand Uzbek citizens while they are in their home country. 

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