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No more Turkish workers in Russia, visa-free regime to be suspended

Staff writer ▼ | December 28, 2015
Starting January 1, 2016, the visa-free regime for Turkish citizens holding ordinary passports will be suspended, Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev said at a Government meeting.
Dmitry Medvedev
Tensions   Russian employers will not be allowed to hire Turkish nationals
"Moreover, also starting next year, Russian employers will not be allowed to hire any more Turkish nationals.

"As you know, special economic measures with respect to the Republic of Turkey have been approved. The import of certain food products and agricultural produce has been banned.

"I signed a resolution listing the Russian companies and organisations that will be exempt from this ban. There are some exceptions. When working on this decision, we considered the suggestions of the involved ministries and regions. The companies not listed in this resolution will be prohibited from hiring Turkish nationals.

"Also, I would like to receive as soon as possible a list of contracts, works and services involving companies within Turkish jurisdiction or controlled by Turkish companies. The document must be finalised and submitted to the Government for signing."


 

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