Russian ‘Migrant Guide’ Deemed Insulting in Tajikistan

Are brooms, paint brushes, trowels, and paint rollers the new national symbols of Central Asian countries?

A new ‘migrant worker’s guide’ to the city of St. Petersburg depicts foreign labor migrants as brooms, paint brushes, trowels, and paint rollers. The leaflet has provoked widespread anger in Tajikistan, with many internet users and officials describing the representation of migrant workers in the guide as ‘insulting’. Read >>

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3 responses to “Russian ‘Migrant Guide’ Deemed Insulting in Tajikistan

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