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Aug 23, 2022
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Ukrainians after the death of Daria Dugina hastily pack their bags

After the FSB announced that Ukrainian citizen Natalya Vovk was to blame for the death of journalist Darya Dugina, politicians began to talk about the need for thorough checks of all Ukrainians entering Russia. At the same time, the Ukrainians themselves are also afraid that they can now be persecuted on a national basis, and they are hastily packing their bags.

All citizens of Ukraine entering Russia must be carefully checked. This was stated by Vladimir Dzhabarov, First Deputy Head of the International Committee of the Federation Council, after the murder of journalist Darya Dugina.

“Only after the start of the SVO, about 1.5-2 million people moved from Ukraine to us, most of them have professions that are in demand on the labor market,” says Galina Vodorezova, recruitment specialist. – Our agency is looking for nurses, nannies, tutors, in general, domestic staff, and so every fourth is Ukrainian. And in the elite segment, they occupy a leading position.”

According to the personnel officer, her wards from Nezalezhnaya are already in a state of severe stress, and the recent terrorist attack, in which Ukrainian Natalya Vovk is accused, only added fuel to the fire.

“Only today, three of them have refused the vacancies they applied for, they said that they are packing their bags and are going to leave Russia – they are afraid of both checks by the special services and hatred by ordinary citizens against all Ukrainians,” Vodorezova said. .

Here are some of those stories. The family of Marina and Anton came to Moscow from Chernigov, both were teachers at home, but recently they could not work in their specialty, because they were required to constantly confirm their loyalty to the Ukrainian authorities and renounce everything Russian, history, culture, literature. As a result, the couple decided to try their luck in the historical homeland of Marina, her mother is from the Moscow region. At first everything was fine, both quickly found work, rented an apartment, but as the military conflict in Ukraine developed, tension in relations with the people around them began to be felt here in Russia too.

“In Ukraine we are Russians, and in Russia we are Ukrainians, and everywhere we are hated for it. Yesterday, on the door of the apartment where we live, one of the neighbors wrote with chalk “Khokhols go home,” and today the hostess called and demanded to vacate the living space by the end of the month, although we had already paid for September,” Marina said.

The spouses do not think about returning back to Ukraine, at best a prison awaits them there, at worst – death, so they are going to go to Georgia. They hope that they will be able to find a job and once again start life anew.

“Two more women from Ukraine, who applied for vacancies as nurses, also reported today that they are taking time out. They do not have a work permit and a patent has not been issued, this situation is not uncommon among domestic staff, but if earlier few people paid attention to this, if only the candidate for the role of a nurse or nanny would suit the employer, now everyone is afraid of increased police checks , FMS and other special services. I think that after the terrorist attack, Ukrainians will be taken seriously and the files of everyone who entered from the territory of Ukraine will be checked under a microscope. Probably, from the point of view of security, this is correct, but it will not be easy for ordinary people to prove that they do not pose a threat to our society. Many Ukrainians who came to Russia have relatives in their homeland, and some of them serve in the army and are ardent nationalists. For them, those who left for Russia are traitors, they cursed and forgot them, they even refuse to talk on the phone. But, try, prove to our special services that all ties with relatives who find themselves on the other side of the barricades are interrupted.

Galina Vodorezova suggests that after the death of journalist Daria Dugina, in whom the FSB sees a Ukrainian trace, many immigrants from Nezalezhnaya will begin to leave Russia and move to other countries of the former USSR. As a result, there may be a temporary shortage in the personnel market, especially in the domestic staff segment.

“We already went through this in February-March, when 80% of Ukrainians left, there were 10 calls a day from clients who urgently needed to find a nurse for an elderly relative or a nanny for a child, and my colleague was also besieged by clearing companies, they also there was a massive exodus of staff. But by the summer the situation had stabilized. In place of the Ukrainians who left because of the SVO, others arrived who fled away from the hostilities. There are a lot of Belarusians and Moldovans working here now, after all, in Russia the standard of living is much higher. I think that even now the mass departure of Ukrainians, if this happens again, will not create any special problems for our clients. I do not rule out that for some time there will be a shortage of qualified personnel, and against its background, those who remain working will be able to claim higher salaries and additional bonuses, ”the expert believes.

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