Russia prohibits foreign nationals from working in public sectors, see list

Russia prohibits foreign nationals from working in public sectors, see list

The Governor of the region, Vladislav Shapsha, has signed a corresponding decree on February 11 which was published on the official website of the authorities of the Russian region.
In accordance with the decree, foreign nationals have been prohibited from working in

  • retail,
  • catering,
  • bars,
  • deliveries,
  • in public transport,
  • taxis
  • recruitment agencies.

Local companies in the region have been given just three months to search for employees with Russian citizenship. According to the MP Dmitry Medvedev, such an initiative could be subsequently spread for the entire country.
Dmitry Medvedev, the Deputy Chairman of the Security Council, stated on Friday, February 11 that authorities should take action against foreign migrants.
According to him, due to the compact residence of migrants, there is a risk for criminal ethnic enclaves to appear.

The influx of migrants to Russia in 2021 was a third larger than in 2020. Several millions of foreign citizens come to Russia every year, and their number has been increasing lately as many countries gradually lift coronavirus restrictions. Medvedev said.

Medvedev also mentioned a language barrier, stating that many refugees enter the Russian Federation despite not being able to communicate in the Russian language.
According to Yevgeny Moskvichev, Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Transport and Development of Transport Infrastructure, the Governor of the Kaluga Region’s decision to limit job opportunities for migrants deserves to be supported.

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