In Moscow, the first stateless person received a temporary identity card. Told about it RIA News member of the Moscow Public Monitoring Commission and the Human Rights Council Eva Merkacheva.
“The first person in Moscow who received a green“ non-citizen passport ”- a temporary identity card – was 53-year-old Yakubjan Khakimdzhanov,” she said, noting that the man spent in the Center for the temporary detention of foreign citizens of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Moscow (Sakharovo) more than two years, since due to his lack of citizenship he could not be deported anywhere.
Merkacheva said that the man was born in Dushanbe, and at the age of five, his family moved to Astrakhan. He did not go to school. “I walked, smoked and played cards. I went to prison when I was young, and then it went on like that, ”Merkacheva told about the life of a man.
“And he learned to read and write in the Butyrka pre-trial detention center. In addition, the leadership of the center presented him with a push-button telephone so that he could find relatives and friends who would shelter him, ”she said.
At the end of December, it was reported that the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs would issue a temporary identity card to stateless persons in the form of a card with a chip containing an electronic face image and fingerprints. Also, a residence permit will be issued in the form of a card with an electronic data carrier that contains biometric personal data.
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