First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Alexander Gorovoy said that 158 thousand citizens of Uzbekistan will again receive permission to enter Russia. This does not apply to those who were deported on the basis of court decisions, according to website embassies of Uzbekistan.
Gorovoy spoke about this during a meeting with an Uzbek delegation headed by adviser to the Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Mehriddin Khairiddinov. In addition, a new procedure for the issuance of labor patents will be introduced – now 10 thousand citizens of Uzbekistan will be able to obtain them before entering the territory of the Russian Federation.
“This mechanism will significantly reduce the time required to obtain a work permit, the costs of which will be borne by Russian employers,” the press service of the embassy said.
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