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The head of Yakutia for the year forbade attracting foreign workers to the republic

The head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, signed a decree banning the attraction of foreign workers to the republic this year.

According to the press service of the regional government, business entities were forbidden to attract citizens from other countries to work in Yakutia for patents and for certain types of economic activity. Control over the execution of the decree Aisen Nikolaev left behind.

Foreign workers can not work in the field of law, accounting, architecture and engineering design, in the field of research and development. This year, migrants will not be able to work in the production of food, beverages, clothing, will not be able to engage in passenger traffic. Total head Yakutia banned 33 type of economic activity in the field of agriculture, forestry, hunting, manufacturing, construction, trade, transportation, hotel activities, education, health and social services.

The topic of migration became resonant after visitors from Kyrgyzstan abducted and raped a young woman from Yakutsk. The attackers were quickly found by law enforcers, but this did not calm the residents of the city - they went to rallies. The city and republic authorities urged not to incite ethnic hatred and resolve all issues legally. The head of Yakutia promised strengthen measures to combat illegal migration. Now in the republic they conduct total checks in the areas of migration legislation. They touched on illegal business and passenger traffic.