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06 February 2014 | 09:41
Study: One third of Moldovans from Russia to become jobless
As a result of the new interdictions imposed by Moscow, one third of Moldovans from Russia will have an unstable job or will become jobless. In some months, these Moldovans will return home and will not have a job or stable income, is the conclusion of a study made public yesterday by IDIS ”Viitorul”.
The author of the work, Marian Cepoi mentioned that given some recent incidents, like interethnic violence and other reasons linked to the pro-European policy of Moldova, in 2013 the controls on migrants harshened. The expert mentioned that about 245 thousands Moldovans which are included in the risk group would get the interdiction to enter the territory of the Russian Federation.

”The situation of Moldovan workers from the Russian Federation is very complex at present and we are aware that it is not easy to find solutions in a short period of time.  We can’t neglect the fact that as we approach the West, we are pressed by the East and the workers outside the country is an important electoral segment”, said Liubomir Chiriac, executive director of IDIS ”Viitorul”.

A number of changes to Russia’s legislation will limit the period of stay for migrants who do not have patents or work permits to 90 days within six months.

A law that took effect on December 1, 2013 stipulates that the migrants who will want to work in the public utilities, trade and service sectors will have to take an exam in the Russian language. When they show that they know Russian, they will be issued with a work permit or the permit they have will be extended.
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