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Russia Opens New Opportunities for Labor Migrants from Uzbekistan

Migrants from Uzbekistan had an opportunity to officially find a job in Russia even before they came to work.

The corresponding agreement was considered and approved by the government of the Russian Federation, after which it is sent for ratification to the State Duma.

In early April 2017 in Moscow, President Vladimir Putin met with the head of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev. Negotiations have been very successful, and the parties agreed on investment and trade contracts for almost $ 16 billion. In addition, the Uzbek delegation managed to achieve the signing of an agreement under which migrant workers will have the opportunity of formal and targeted employment.

The draft law, intended for ratification in the State Duma of the Russian Federation, suggests organizing in the process of labor migration from Uzbekistan. Migrants will go to Russia, knowing in advance where they will work, live and how much they will receive. But before they leave, they will have to undergo a certain test and preparation. The Ministry of Labor of Uzbekistan will have to conduct training for citizens under the programs of the Ministry of Education of the Russian 

Federation, check qualifications and experience, conduct medical examination of migrants, and the Ministry of Internal Affairs - check for the absence of wanted persons and the existence of outstanding convictions.

By the way, the Russian employer will have to provide the recruited foreign workers with a place of residence, appropriate sanitary and hygienic norms, pay not less than the subsistence minimum and conclude an agreement with the sending side, where all the nuances will be prescribed. In Russia, such labor migrants will have the advantage of being employed by other temporary workers from Uzbekistan.



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