Real estate agent says foreign workers living in overcrowded hovels can be exploited as domestic workers
The landlord of a Russian apartment complex has reportedly warned r인천출장안마esidents living in overcrowded wooden hovels in the village of Minsk that workers from overseas are using them for domestic work.
An official from Minsk’s municipality told Daily NK on Monday that foreign workers are living in the buildings and exploiting them as domestic workers.
However, other reports suggest a much more sinister motive.
The official blamed the problems of poor living conditions on the work schedules of the foreign workers, who he said usually are on long, irregular work days.
Dysfunctional: Residents of the Minsk apartment complex in Chechnya have complained about overcrowded living conditions caused by poor living conditions for their relatives living in the buildings
He said: ‘We received information that one day a group of 25 foreign workers started to live in the building from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
‘The conditions in the building were poor. Some people complained that their food was not cooked properly and that they could not get to the bathroom during the daytime.
‘Our investigation has found that many of the workers미션 카지노 have a long and irregular work schedule. There are about 90 workers, and most of them are foreign citizens from Russia and Kazakhstan.’
In the first report from the Minsk municipality, it was reported that some local residents have received a warning on Saturday for illegally squatting.
Some residents claim that a local policeman came and told them to move. The Russian news website RBK claimed that police were seen approaching the building on Sunday and then entering on Tuesday morning at 4.45am, asking residents in the area to leave.
One man, who identified himself only as Fyodor, told RBK that he was afraid his friends were going to be killed when the police arrived.
Some of the occupants of Minsk apartment complex have told the press that they were told that if they wanted to leave they were to stay in the building.
In a statement given by deputy m수원출장안마ayor Viktor Shelyukhov to the local council, Shelyukhov claimed that the building’s owners had informed them that the building’s management had taken measures to improve living conditions.
But Shelyukhov said: ‘In fact, the problem is quite complex. The owners didn’t even register the problem on their website until Monday morning. The problems will not go away and will only get worse.
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