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More than 9 thousand Georgians are violating Russian migration law2012-06-13 14:06
As reported by the RIA Novosti, more than 9 thousand citizens of Georgia stay in the territory of the Russian Federation violating migration law, the head of the Federal Migration Service (FMS) of Russia, Konstantin Romodanovsky told reporters on Wednesday.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"More than 9 thousand citizens of Georgia are in the Russian Federation in excess of the 90-day staying. We will look for these people and decide: to send the case either to the immigration service, or to the court. We must ensure the order", he said.
The official has also commented on the complaint of the citizens of Georgia to the European Court of Human Rights on their expulsion from Russia. It is reported that a lawsuit was connected to the alleged illegal mass deportations of Georgian citizens from Russia. The relevant claim must be considered by the court on Wednesday.
As recalled by the NEWSru, in the fall of 2006, after the arrest of four Russian officers in Georgia accused of espionage, Russian side assessed the actions of Georgia as a provocation, and began the so-called "anti-Georgian campaign".