300 Tajiks are waiting for deportation from Russia (AIF)

300 Tajiks are waiting for deportation from Russia (AIF)

Dushanbe : Tajikistan | Nov 11, 2011 at 11:32 PM PST
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According to a source in diplomatic circles, thus reacted to the verdict of the Russian Federation Russian pilot, posed in Tajikistan

The Federal Migration Service of Russia has prepared the deportation from the country of nearly 300 citizens of Tajikistan. For their removal remains, as expressed in the press-secretary of the Federal Migration Service Zalina Kornilov resolve "technical issues".

"Lenta.ru" reports that are now in detention centers FMS contains 297 citizens of Tajikistan. Earlier it was reported that FMS is preparing to send 100 citizens of Tajikistan. Another 134 people were detained for violating immigration laws.

Today, November 11, Tajik guest workers were detained in the Chechen capital Grozny.

Raids on illegal immigrants Tajiks, began in the Russian capital on November 10. The day before Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said that Russia will take "asymmetric" response to the imposition of a sentence in Tajikistan Russian pilot Vladimir Sadovnichy.

In turn, the head of the Federal Migration Service Konstantin Romodanovsky at a meeting with the president, said that people from Tajikistan in Moscow commit most crimes. Previously, migrants from Tajikistan stopped issuing work permits in Russia.

President of Federation of Russian migrants Madzhunder Muhammad Amin said that the decision of the FMS is a "flagrant violation of international norms on human rights."

lalag is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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