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MOSCOW, November 23 (Itar-Tass) — Russia’s Federal Migration Service /FMS/ built up since autumn its work on banishing of illegal migrants, and from September through to November it has turned out 8,000 people, the service’s Director Konstantin Romadanovsky said on Wednesday.
He explained that on September 9, the migration question was on the agenda of the meeting with Moscow’s Mayor Sergei Sobyanin and the police officials.
“While from beginning of the year to September we banished 4,000 migrants, but from September 9 to early November – over 8,000,” Romadanovsky said. “Thus, we have cleaned Moscow a bit.”
He explained that during his meeting with Russia’s president on November 10, he had reported to him results of that work.