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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Ukrainians working in Russia, advised not to return home

The Verkhovna Rada responded to the comment that the introduction of a visa regime with Russia will harm themselves as Ukrainians, many of whom travel to Russia to work. The extra fractional Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Volodymyr Parasyuk said that Ukrainians in the homeland better not to come back.

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Statement parasiuk was broadcasted by TV channel “112 Ukraine”. Arguing that the deputies ‘ initiative to introduce a visa regime with Russia will hurt the Ukrainians who travel to Russia for work, he said that recently Ukraine has lost dozens of people “during the struggle against the enemy.” Parasyuk said that will never take a trip to Russia for work, but there would be no money earned and no matter how many are brought to Ukraine.

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Parasyuk thus asked rhetorically: “They prohibit someone to go there?”, The Deputy himself at him and replied, “Yes ride, can do with things. And never come back”.

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Parasyuk also called his fellow deputies who opposed the introduction of visas with Russia “destabilizing the situation by the agents of Putin.”

Read the story: Poroshenko’s Party refused to support a visa regime with Russia for Ukrainian guest workers

We will remind that the question on introduction of a visa regime with Russia was raised in the Verkhovna Rada on Thursday. However, to consider the document with a similar appeal to the government deputies did not. In addition, the presidential faction “Block of Petro Poroshenko” agreed to support the initiative. While the question is pending.

Russia took the adoption of such a document by the Parliament as an attempt to increase the degree in the relations between the two countries. In the state Duma said that in this case Moscow would have to retaliate. As Senator Alexei Pushkov explained in his Twitter that it will harm only “millions of Ukrainians”, operating in Russia.

The realm of the absurd: if Kiev hopes to harm Russia’s introduction of a visa regime, it will only hurt millions working for us Ukrainians

— Alexei Pushkov (@Alexey_Pushkov) October 8, 2016

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