Uzbeks working as couriers in Russia are warned



Recently, Uzbeks working in Russia have encountered issues with delivering products for significant sums of money through online advertisements. In response, the Foreign Labor Migration Agency has advised Uzbek citizens temporarily working in Russia to stay vigilant.

The Migration Agency has received reports indicating that informal courier services often involve the delivery of orders containing drugs or prohibited substances. Consequently, those involved are apprehended by police and face legal prosecution.

"Therefore, we urge Uzbeks not to engage in unofficial courier services, to avoid transporting suspicious items for large sums, and to thoroughly verify the contents of any deliveries," the message states.

Under Russian law, the sale or distribution of narcotics can result in lengthy prison sentences.


Rossiya ogohlantirish O'zbekistonliklar narkotik modda kur'erlik

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