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MOSCOW, January 26 (Itar-Tass) —— Russia’s Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has suggested introducing a five-ten years’ ban for entering Russia for those, who violate repeatedly the migration legislation.
“I suggest closing entrance to Russia for a term from five to ten years, and, possibly for a longer term, for those, who have violated repeatedly the migration legislation or for those who have been extradited under court decisions,” he told a board meeting of the Federal Migration Service on Thursday.
Russia’s Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has called for criminal responsibility for individuals and companies provoking illegal migration.
“It is necessary to apply stricter sanctions against those, who provoke illegal migration, both individuals and legal entities, - those who organise flows of illegal migration, who hire staff without any permissions, and uses them here literally as slaves without rights,” he told a board meeting of the Federal Migration Service on Thursday. He added that his suggestions referred to those “who organise all sorts of dormitories and flophouses for illegal migrants.”
“As of now, such violations are mostly punished by small fines,” he continued. “It is necessary to revise sanctions of the Criminal Law.”
“I suggest closing entrance to Russia for a term from five to ten years, and, possibly for a longer term, for those, who have violated repeatedly the migration legislation or for those who have been extradited under court decisions,” he said.