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Russia has reduced the stay of North Koreans after the UN Security Council’s resolution, but no deportation is in progress, the deputy chief of the Interior Ministry’s migration department, Valentina Kazakova, said on Thursday.

Axar.az reports citing TASS.

"No deportation as such is underway. Those whose visas expire take their leave. In this particular case they are not responsible for any wrongdoing. The UN Security Council’s resolution is being implemented," Kazakova said at a meeting of the State Duma’s committee for CIS affairs.

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2018.02.08 / 19:14
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