Russia's interior ministry will be carrying on its migration policy in the Chechen Republic, Russian federal Deputy Interior Minister Vladimir Vasilyev said to RIA Novosti Monday. The interior ministry has just started the effort, said the minister finding it premature to measure any outcomes whatsoever. The ministry is going to render forced migrants any other assistance, not solely social one, said Mr Vasilyev. The most crucial task the interior ministry is facing in the republic at the moment is to establish a single control, registration and passport system, according to Vladimir Vasilyev.
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