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MOSCOW, October 14 (Itar-Tass) - More than 13.5 thousand illegal irregular migrants residing in the territory of Moscow have been deported from Russia since the beginning of this year, Olga Kirillova, the head of the Moscow branch of the Federal Migration Service, told journalists on Monday.
“Over 13,500 foreign nationals have had to be deported for different offences. All Moscow’s law-enforcement authorities were involved in identifying the offenders,” Kirillova said.