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MOSCOW, October 20 (Itar-Tass) —— Moscow’s authorities suggest implementing an obligatory procedure of dactylographic analysis for migrants.
On Thursday, Mayor Sergei Sobyanin approved decisions of the permanent coordination council on security in Moscow.
The document supports “implementation of obligatory fingerprint analysis for foreign citizens and stateless persons who apply for work permits.” The mayor ordered to the police to prepare their suggestions and to forward them to Russia’s federal migration service.
Besides, the document suggests improvement of procedures to detain and extradite from the Russian Federation foreign citizens involved in committing crimes.