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NOVOSIBIRSK, August 15. /TASS/. The governor of the Novosibirsk region in southwestern Siberia signed a decree on Monday limiting the areas where foreign workers can be employed as of this year.
This refers to foreign citizens who receive special work authorization permits to get jobs in Russia, based on the text of the document signed by Governor Vladimir Gorodetsky.
Migrants are not allowed to work at schools and kindergartens, drive passenger transport and extract mineral resources. Additionally, they cannot obtain positions in the sphere of finance, as well as in hunting and fishing, in the wholesale timber trade and in children’s food production. They will no longer be allowed to work in the field of law, audit and accounting, and cannot be employed as secretaries, editors and translators.
Employers in the region have been given a three-month deadline to comply with the new decree.