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 Moldova's Dodon asks Putin to allow dual citizenship for Moldovans permanently residing in Russia

President of the Republic of Moldova Igor Dodon held this year's second official meeting with President Vladimir Putin of Russia.

Censor.NET reports citing Interfax.

"I asked to extend the terms of the migration amnesty after March 20, so that the maximum number of Moldovan citizens working in Russia could use this opportunity. Vladimir Putin said that there would be an extension," Igor Dodon said.

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The president of Moldova also asked to consider a conclusion of an agreement on dual citizenship between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Moldova so that Moldovans permanently residing in Russia were not forced to give up their Moldovan citizenship.

Dodon also said that he offered the Russian president to hold Moldovan-Russian consultations on building strategic partnership between the two countries

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