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Dozens of labor migrants from Kyrgyzstan cannot get wages in Moscow

About two hundred migrants, most of whom are the Kyrgyzstanis, cannot receive wages in Moscow. Russian media reported.

More than 1,000 people, employed through an agency, were cleaning up in Mosgortrans vehicle park. The migrants appealed to the Investigative Committee and the Ministry of the Interior, the Embassy of Kyrgyzstan in Moscow and the office of the State Migration Service to get money.

A specialist of the office of the State Migration Service Doorbek Abdrazakov told that in early June they had been transferred 4.5 million rubles.

«Three complaints were received on behalf of 204 people. We received 4,408 million rubles as wages. Claims of 48 more people were sent to the Investigative Committee. According to our estimates, the company «My City» has to pay other 2,993 million rubles,» he explained.

Salaries to the migrants are not paid because of the seizure of the company’s accounts.