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MOSCOW, December 11, (ITAR-TASS). The bill on drug control services discussed by the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation contains the proposal to vest the Federal Drug Control Service with the right to declare personae non-grata in Russia citizens of other countries who committed drug-related crimes, ltar-Tass reports.
“Article 13, clause 31 suggested vesting the Federal Drug Control Service with the right to declare persona non-grata in Russia a foreigner who has committed drug-related crimes,” said human rights supporter Andrei Babushkin who participated in the debate.