In the Kaliningrad region, foreigners were banned from working in schools and kindergartens, as well as driving buses and taxis

The governor of the Kaliningrad region, Anton Alikhanov, has banned the involvement of foreigners working in the region on patents in 12 types of labor activity. This is stated in the decree, which was published on July 1 on the official portal of legal information.

It is prohibited to involve foreigners in the Kaliningrad region, in particular, in the production of bread, confectionery and baby food, the transportation of passengers in buses and taxis, short-term rental housing, work in the field of preschool and school education.

The decree will enter into force in three months. Its validity period is one year. Restrictions against migrants in it are in no way justified.

In March 2019, Yakutia was banned from hiring foreign citizens in 33 fields of activity – in particular, in agriculture, trade, construction and public catering. They were also banned from carrying passengers in public transport and taxis.

Several anti-migrant rallies had recently taken place in the region. They began after a native of Kyrgyzstan was accused of rape. Against the backdrop of protests, there were reports of threats and attacks on migrants, which caused them to refuse to go to work.

(C)MEDUZA 2021


  • Must they wear a special sign on their clothes too?
    Foreigners are the jews of these days in Russia.

    Soon special camps will be build for them……………….well they have a lot of them………….

    Liked by 3 people

  • onlyfactsplease

    It seems as if unemployment is increasing in this mafia enclave and thus the reason for banning foreign workers there.

    Liked by 1 person

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