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Russia Update: July 1, 2015
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The Interpreter
@Interpreter_Mag
Russian-to-English translation journal, with original analysis and commentary on Russia's foreign & domestic policy.
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Interfax reports that Dmitry Rogozin, the Russian deputy prime minister, has announced his intention to call on the State Duma to amend the law on Russian citizenship so as to allow residents born after 1991 in the unrecognised, breakaway Transnistrian republic in Moldova to claim Russian citizenship.

According to Rogozin, who is known for his nationalism and provocative stunts and declarations, the lack of such a provision in Russian citizenship law forces Transnistrians to seek Moldovan, Romanian, Polish or Bulgarian citizenship.

Rogozin noted that there are around 200 Russian citizens in Transnistria.

"We believe that this situation is wrong.

We have now recommenced work at our consular exit point, which operates in Tiraspol and conducts passport exchanges."

-- Pierre Vaux