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More than 5 Thousand Foreigners Remained in Russia Illegally after the World Cup 2018
25.01.2019 23:43
More than 5 Thousand Foreigners Remained in Russia Illegally after the World Cup 2018
(Source: https://teamrussia.pro/olimpijskij-zhurnal)

More than 5 thousand foreigners remained in Russia illegally after the World Cup 2018.

      More than 5,000 foreigners who came to the 2018 FIFA World Cup still remain on the territory of the Russian Federation violating their stay. |

      As of today, there are 5.5 thousand foreign citizens (who visited the 2018 World Cup) in the territory of the Russian Federation who have not left. Events aimed at identifying them are being held, and  probably everyone will be expelled by March 30. During the World Cup 2018, 650,000 foreigners entered the country using specialized visitor cards, basically all of them were law-abiding and left the Russian Federation in a timely manner.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: travel to Russia FIFA Russia 2018    

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