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25 November 2014 | 14:04
11 Moldovans sent back from the border with Russia
On the night of 24 to 25 November, 11 Moldovan citizens were sent back from the border with the Russian Federation. According to the information provided by the press officer of the Border Police Daniela Minzatu, in the last six months 715 Moldovans were not allowed to enter the territory of the Russian Federation and another 174 were deported.
Previously, the Federal Migration Service from Moscow announced that Moldovans coming home by  30 November will return to Russia even if they exceeded the period of stay.
Moldovan Foreign Ministry announced that it was not notified about amendments operated on the Russian legislation.
More details you will find out at Radio Moldova.
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