“Kommersant”: in Russia, instead of deportation, the courts began to release Ukrainians
In Russia, the courts have begun to cancel decisions on the deportation of Ukrainian citizens due to the “lack of actual possibility of their execution.”
Commersant, citing experts from the Moscow Helsinki Group, said that in Russia the courts began to cancel decisions on the deportation of Ukrainian citizens due to “the lack of actual possibility of their execution.”
According to the publication, currently 113 citizens of Ukraine are in the temporary detention center for foreign citizens near Moscow. Previously, they wanted to expel them from the country, but so far this has not been done. It is specified that most of them are accused of violating migration laws.
Among other things, 245 Ukrainians could not leave the capital's detention centers. The decisions of the courts were not executed because there is no actual possibility of their execution.
The department added that the Ukrainians who got stuck, having all the necessary documents in their hands, cannot cross the border due to a special military operation of Ukraine. Those citizens who do not have documents cannot receive or restore them due to the closure of Ukrainian consulates in Russia.