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MOSCOW, January 16, 18. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian and Kyrgyz representatives discussed prospects for developing cooperation in the field of migration at the inter-departmental consultations involving the leadership of the Foreign Ministry, migration, border and other agencies, the Russian Foreign Ministry reported on Thursday.
Russia was represented by Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin and Kyrgyzstan by his counterpart Erines Otorbayev. The consultations also included first deputy head of the Federal Migration Service Yekaterina Yegorova and deputy head of the FSB Border Guard Service Vladimir Mochalov, the ministry said.
“Russia informed Kyrgyz partners about measures to put things in migration to rights, including changes in Russian law related to the rules of entry, stay and labour activity of foreign citizens on the territory of the Russian Federation,” the ministry said.
Special attention was paid to further development and improvement of the legal base in the field of migration. The parties stressed that it was important to developing cooperation in this sphere and continue exchanging views on approaches towards resolving migration issues within the existing mechanisms, the ministry said.
The participants in the meeting agreed “to maintain regular contacts within the existing working group to discuss issues by implementing the agreement on labour activity and social protection of migrants of March 28, 1996”, the ministry said, adding that this was related to a protocol to the agreement of September 22, 2003 and “other issues in migration”.