Russia plans to bring 'home' olim

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October 5, 2006 17:53

 
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Russia is attempting to bring back its countrymen from Israel and is set to send migration officials to facilitate the plan, Israel Radio reported on Thursday. The move was part of the new Russian initiative to return emigrants form all over the world to Russia due to the declining population growth rate.

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