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Uzbeks in Russia urged not to work in unofficial courier services

The Agency for External Labor Migration urged the citizens of Uzbekistan not to deliver suspicious items even for a large reward.

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Recently, some of our compatriots working in Russia have had problems when delivering goods from one address to another for large sums of money via the Internet advertisements, the press service of the Agency reports.

It is clear from the appeals that unofficial courier services offer delivery of orders from one address to another for a considerable amount. Presumably, they contain drugs or other prohibited substances. As a result, Russian police officers detain couriers and prosecute them.

In this regard, the Agency asks all compatriots to refuse to work in unofficial courier services, not to deliver suspicious items even for a substantial amount of money, or to check the goods without fail.

For information, according to Russian law, long-term imprisonment is provided for the sale or delivery of drugs.

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