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MOSCOW, March 16 (Itar-Tass) —— Moscow bailiffs have deported over 300 illegal migrants since the year beginning, the city department of the Federal Bailiff Service said on Friday.
“Bailiffs have deported more than 300 citizens of Uzbekistan, China, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Moldova since January 1. There were citizens of Peru and Madagascar amongst the deported illegal migrants, too,” it said.
Another 40 illegal migrants will be deported by the end of this week.
A total of 418 illegal migrants have been taken to the center for detention of foreign citizens. “Three hundred and twenty of them are pending deportation. About 70 will leave Russia already next week,” the department said.