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Special bureaus will be opened to help Russians abroad

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The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs proposed to open special service bureaus abroad to resolve consular issues of Russians. Vladimir Gruzdev, a member of the government commission for legislative activities, chairman of the board of the Association of Lawyers of the Russian Federation, reports this.

The Government Commission on Legislative Activities approved the initiative of the Russian Foreign Ministry to create service bureaus abroad, designed to simplify the solution of consular issues for Russians, said Vladimir GruzdevIzvestia“. According to him, the bureau staff will help to properly prepare the documents for submission to the consulate.

It is noted that the list of countries where service bureaus will open will be approved by the Foreign Ministry. To eliminate the need to obtain permission from foreign authorities, bureau employees will not receive diplomatic status, Gruzdev specified.

Service bureaus will open at the busiest embassies and consular offices of Russia in other countries. “This will help reduce the burden on consular staff, which is in the face of a reduction in the diplomatic staff of Russian embassies,” Gruzdev stressed.

Western countries began to expel Russian diplomats after the start of a special operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine. Russian diplomats were subjected to harsh treatment in the UK. American in Moscow John Sullivan allowed the mutual closure of the embassies of Russia and the United States. The Russian Foreign Ministry said they would take retaliatory actions in response to the expulsion of Russian diplomats. Thus, 24 Italian diplomats, 34 diplomats from France and 27 from Spain were expelled from Russia.

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The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs proposed to open special service bureaus abroad to resolve consular issues of Russians. Vladimir Gruzdev, a member of the government commission for legislative activities, chairman of the board of the Association of Lawyers of the Russian Federation, reports this. The government commission on legislative activity approved the initiative of the Russian Foreign Ministry to create service bureaus abroad, designed to simplify the solution of consular issues for Russians, Vladimir Gruzdev told Izvestia. According to him, the bureau staff will help to properly prepare the documents for submission to the consulate. It is noted that the list of countries where service bureaus will open will be approved by the Foreign Ministry. To eliminate the need to obtain permission from foreign authorities, bureau employees will not receive diplomatic status, Gruzdev specified. Service bureaus will open at the busiest embassies and consular offices of Russia in other countries. “This will help reduce the burden on consular staff, which is in the face of a reduction in the diplomatic staff of Russian embassies,” Gruzdev stressed. Western countries began to expel Russian diplomats after the start of a special operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine. Russian diplomats were subjected to harsh treatment in the UK. American in Moscow John Sullivan allowed the mutual closure of the embassies of Russia and the United States. The Russian Foreign Ministry said they would take retaliatory actions in response to the expulsion of Russian diplomats. Thus, 24 Italian diplomats, 34 diplomats from France and 27 from Spain were expelled from Russia.

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