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Quotas for North Korean workers extended to the end of 2019 year
Until the end of 2019, 3200 citizens of the DPRK will be able to work in the Far Eastern Federal District. This was stated by the Minister for the Development of the Far East Alexander Kozlov. According to him, the Ministry of Labor approved all applications received from the citizens of North Korea. In the near future, the agency will publish all the data.
As reported by the press service of the Minsk region, Alexander Kozlov stressed that the DFO primarily will employ residents of the Far Eastern regions, then other Russian territories and only then foreign specialists.
Previously, the UN Security Council unanimously introduced new sanctions against the DPRK. One of the paragraphs of the resolution restricts the issuance of work permits to the citizens of that country. In October last year, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on measures to implement the resolution.