14:02 / 11.04.2020
Narbayeva asked Matvienko for help for Uzbek citizens staying in Russia
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On April 8, Tanzila Narbayeva, Chairperson of the Senate of Oliy Majlis, sent a letter to Valentina Matvienko, Chairperson of the Federation Council of the Russian Federal Assembly.

The Senate of Oliy Majlis receives appeals from citizens, who have remained in Russia in the current difficult conditions without work and livelihood. They ask the parliament to help them with the issue of granting the Russian side a deferment in paying advance payments of personal income tax on patents until the quarantine is completed and the market is fully restored labor, without the need to renew, revoking a patent and cancellation of bringing to administrative responsibility.

On this issue on April 5 of this year, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan sent a note to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.

The letter expresses the sincere wish of the fraternal people of Russia to overcome the epidemic as soon as possible, the special importance of strengthening multidimensional cooperation between the two countries, including inter-parliamentary dialogue, is noted in the context of the global pandemic.

Uzbekistan highly appreciated the decision of the RF Government to provide our citizens with the opportunity to extend the permissive period of stay in Russia, as well as to ease the conditions for obtaining new patents to continue working without the need to travel outside the country.

At the same time, a request was expressed to provide practical assistance in an early positive solution to the above problems that our fellow citizens face.