Network analyst Andrey Nalgin comments on interesting information on his blog: it turns out that on October 11, job sites for "a cashier with knowledge of languages (Uzbek / Tajik)" and "a specialist in working with passengers (with knowledge of the language: Tajik / Uzbek )". However, so far they are intended only for two stations - "Prokshino" and "Lesoparkovoye".
Before that, in September, signs in Tajik and Uzbek languages appeared in the metro and at bus stops for migrants from the southern bordering countries with Russia. But for some reason, not in Kyrgyz.
Meanwhile, "Prokshino" and "Lesoparkovoye" are located not far from the village of "Sosenskoye", where the famous Sakharovo migration center operates. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, 66 thousand foreign migrants officially live in this village, while the indigenous population is 142 thousand. The analyst is sure that for the real picture, the first figure should be multiplied by at least three.
At the same time, according to local residents, the lion's share of crimes, including rape, are committed by migrants, so they are afraid to let children out into the streets, and women are met and escorted by patrols made up of volunteers. Well, the police, according to residents, do not intervene.
Nalgin points out that migrants live in enclaves, trying not to mix with the natives, and, therefore, Moscow will not be able to turn into a melting pot for different nationalities, and there will be no assimilation. So the authorities indulge this division, recruiting employees with knowledge of foreign languages, thereby depriving guest workers of the incentive to integrate into the life of the capital and at least learn Russian.
But there are more and more of them, the Ministry of Construction and the Ministry of Agriculture are going to import migrants from Uzbekistan by "charter trains" to work on construction sites and poultry farms.
Thus, Russia has become a world leader in attracting migrants. But earlier they were qualified workers with a good education and knowledge of Russian, and now they are the most uncompetitive ones.
The city authorities reassure that there is nothing wrong with this trend, however, the residents of the village "Sosenskoye" are unlikely to agree with them. And Moscow itself in the near future too...