Russia wants to sign accord on temporary employment with France
MOSCOW. Dec 1 (Interfax) - Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has instructed the Federal Migration Service (FMS) to sign a Russian-French intergovernmental agreement on the temporary employment of citizens in each other's territories.
The Cabinet posted a resolution on the database of government regulations, which approves the FMS-proposed draft Russian-French intergovernmental agreement on the temporary employment of the countries' citizens in each other's territory, negotiated with the Russian Foreign Ministry and other federal executive agencies, and agreed with the French side."
The agreement will apply to Russia's entire territory "except territories, organizations and facilities which foreign citizens can reach only after receiving a special permit," the draft agreement says. France will apply the agreement to its European territory and overseas departments.