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“No mass expulsion of Moldovan nationals from Russia is planned, and media reports about this are not true,” the ambassador said.
Hundreds of thousands of labour migrants from Moldova currently stay in Russia. Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin visited Chisinau last week to discuss a package of three agreements that concern labour migration, illegal migration and readmission. According to Karasin, the first two documents are ready for the signing and as for the third document - the sides discuss issues concerning Russian nationals living in Moldova’s breakaway Transdniestria.
“Not a single Moldovan national has been deported this year,” Roshchina noted.