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Russia is Ready to Accept Refugees from Syria and Libya
18.09.2015 18:46
Russia is Ready to Accept Refugees from Syria and Libya

However, the refugees are more interested in countries of the Western Europe, the head of Federal Migration Service Konstantin Romodanovsky pointed out.

      According to the head of FMS, 182 Syrians transited through Russia to Europe in 2015. However, it cannot be called transit as such, because each of them spent 255 days on average in this country. In his opinion, these people are just not willing enough to settle down in Russia.

      Konstantin Romodanovsky reported that none of the Syrians, who stayed in Russia, violated the local law or roused censure.

      "The FMS will certainly consider applications and examine documents of those who want to settle in the Russian Federation. Moreover, I should mention, that our consideration is very humane, and we will help in every possible way" — Mr. Romodanovsky emphasized.

      He also mentioned that Russia is away from the main streams of the refugees' movement. In his opinion, refugees from Syria and Libya use two ways: Turkey, Macedonia, Hungary, and Serbia on the one hand, and Italy on the other.

      

       




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Refugees Federal Migration Service    

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