Tajik migrants forced to leave Russia after terrorist attack in Moscow

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Authorities in Tajikistan have noted a significant outflow of Tajik labor migrants from Russia following the terrorist attack at the "Crocus City Hall" in the Moscow region. Deputy Minister of Labor of Tajikistan, Shakhnoza Nodiri, stated this, Eurasian Today reports.

According to her, more people are currently arriving in Tajikistan than leaving. She noted that the outflow is a temporary phenomenon and will cease.

Nodiri also added that "at the household level," instances of persecution of Tajikistan citizens are also being recorded.

The official also revealed that the country's authorities have intensified explanatory work with labor migrants to prevent their involvement in extremist communities.

The explanatory work has been reinforced through the structures of the migration service, which are represented in all regions of the country, explained the deputy minister of labor.

Earlier, Nodiri announced the opening of six vocational training centers in Tajikistan.

The outflow from Russia began to be observed after the call-up of conscripts to the CSTO, and after the terrorist attack in Moscow involving citizens of Tajikistan, it increased even more. Residents of the republic began to refuse trips to Russia en masse due to raids on migrants.

Deputy Sergey Mironov proposed introducing a visa regime for Central Asian countries. At the same time, the State Duma called for curbing the incitement of Islamophobia and Tajikophobia. The head of the State Committee for National Security of Kyrgyzstan, Kamchybek Tashiev, also stood up for neighbors, emphasizing that terrorists have no nationality.

CentralasianLIGHT.org

April 1, 2024