Citizens of Uzbekistan, who left for Russia and Turkey with their minor children to work but were left there in a difficult situation, have been returned home.
Residents of Tashkent, Fergana and Samarkand, who left for Russia and Turkey to work, had faced many difficulties. Due to the pandemic, they were unable to find a job. Having lost the opportunity to earn money, they literally found themselves on the street. Representatives of the Agency for External Labor Migration contacted them and came to their aid.
The Consulate General of Uzbekistan in Kazan issued a “Certificate of Return” to the children of migrants.
Yesterday, June 1, the Agency for External Labor Migration and the International Organization for Migration returned the children and their mothers to their homeland by flights Istanbul-Tashkent and Samara-Moscow-Tashkent.
At the Tashkent international airport, citizens were met and escorted to their place of residence.