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MOSCOW, August 2 (Itar-Tass) - Illegal migrants detained in Moscow will be leaving the tent camp that was set up for them by the city authorities as the courts pass rulings on deportation of the detainees, Tatiana Dmitriyeva, the supervisor of communications with ethnic communities at the Moscow City branch of the Federal Migration Service told reporters Friday.
“The specialized tent camp was set up only yesterday,” she said. “As for the conditions and the provision of hot meals there, they have been provided as required.”
“The duration of stay of the detained migrants on the camp will depend on how much time the identification of their personalities and the reviewing of the materials on them by the courts takes in practical terms,” Dmitriyeva said.
To date, only the Moldovan ethnic community here has contacted her department in connection with the detentions of illegal migrants, she said.