Russia and Uzbekistan signed agreements on migration policy on 4 July. The document regulates labour activity and the protection of labour migrants who arrive in either country for temporary work. Head of the Russian Federal Migration Service Romodanovsky said the signing of the agreement with Uzbekistan would play a positive role in introducing a visa-free regime in the Russia-EU space. “These are interrelated elements,” he said. He stressed that Uzbekistan had become the second CIS country (after Ukraine) to sign the agreement with Russia. “Now we are preparing the document with Kazakhstan. The agreements with other countries are being worked out,” he added.
Posted by: Borderless Borderguard | July 5, 2007
Russia, Uzbekistan sign agreement on migration
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