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Yakutsk

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Vladivostok
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Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

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In Primorye will be less foreigners

In Primorye, a list of occupations was made at 2014 for attracting foreign employees: among the most popular are working specialties. Meanwhile, this year the quota for attracting foreign labor in Primorye has been significantly reduced. It was 23,61 thousand people, which is 13% lower than the 2013 level of the year.

According to the Governor of the Primorsky Territory Vladimir Miklushevsky, when attracting foreign labor in the region, its effectiveness must be taken into account.

“I welcome the decision to reduce quotas. First of all, we must find jobs for Russian citizens. But at the same time, migrants should not be outcasts. They should have normal housing, decent medical care, ”stressed Vladimir Miklushevsky.

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