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Russian Human Rights Ombudswoman Proposes Issuing Passports Abroad


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Moscow, March 29 – Tatyana Moskalkova, Commissioner for Human Rights of the Russian Federation, suggested issuing Russian passports to citizens in foreign missions.
She indicated that according to Russian law, if a person resides permanently abroad and needs to obtain a passport, he needs to come to Russia and prepare a document for this purpose.

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“Of course, this is difficult for people. Firstly, today the logistics are broken. Secondly, it is very expensive. And we turned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Internal Affairs to consider the matter, right there, right at our consulates that give a passport,” Moskalkova said.

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