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The UN estimate (2005) ranks Russia – the major destination country in the region – the second in the list of the countries with highest numbers of international migrants after the USA, and Ukraine – the fourth after Germany (USA – 38.4 mln. immigrants; Russia – 12.1 mln., Germany – 10.1 mln., Ukraine – 6.8 mln.) (...) According to estimates, over 300,000 transit migrants from Afghanistan, China, Angola, Pakistan, India, Sri-Lanka, Turkey, Ethiopia and other countries have got stranded in Russia and Ukraine running into an obstacle of tight control at the EU border. (...) Major multilateral agreements:  Agreement between the CIS states on cooperation in labor migration and social guaranties for migrant workers (1994)  Agreement between the CIS states on cooperation in preventing irregular migration (1998)  The EurAsEC Agreement on visa-free trips: Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russian Federation, Tajikistan (2005)  Participation in the Budapest Process (since 2004)  Issyk-Kul Dialog of the International conference on migration policies in Central Asian states, Caucasus states, and neighboring countries  International Agreement on migration management between Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan (2000) Bilateral agreements on labor migration:  Russia – Belarus (within the frames of the Agreement on the Union between Russia and Belarus)  Russia – Tajikistan (inter-government; inter-ministerial; Representative Office of the Ministry of Labor of Tajikistan in Russia)  Russia – Kyrgyzstan (inter-government; between Ministries of Interior; attaché on migration issues)  Kazakhstan – Kyrgyzstan (inter-government, on agricultural workers in border regions)  Tajikistan – Kyrgyzstan (inter-government)  RussiaUkraine (inter-government, inter-ministerial))  Ukraine – Moldova  Ukraine – Armenia  Ukraine - Slovakia  Uzbekistan – Turkmenistan (on simplified border cross regime for inhabitants of border areas)  Uzbekistan – South Korea (labor quotas)  Tajikistan – Turkey (between Ministries of Labor) Projects in work:  Elaboration of the CIS Convention on legal status of migrant workers  Elaboration of the Agreement within the frames of the Eurasian Economic Community on temporary employment of citizens of member states of the EurAsEC on the territories of other member states  Common Economic Space of Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine.
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Score: 1681194.5 - https://www.un.org/development...d_om_200606_p10_ivakhniouk.pdf
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After some internal discussion the Executive Office of DOS replied: I refer to your request on whether you need a permission to bring a defamation action in the courts of one or more Member States of the United Nations against Volodymyr Yelchenko, the former Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations for allegedly having said that half of the Russians working at the UN are hidden or open agents of the FSB of Russia. (...) Yelchenko would appear to enjoy diplomatic immunity as former Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations and as now Ambassador of Ukraine to the United States of America. (...) Dolgopolov sought permission from the Secretary-General to THE UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL Judgment No. 2021-UNAT-1093 9 of 13 file a lawsuit in the US courts against the Ambassador of Ukraine to the United States of America. Because such lawsuit would have required an inquiry into whether Dolgopolov’s UN employment involved spying for Russia, the United Nations would have had to waive the privileges and immunities of the United Nations accorded to Mr.
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Score: 1657183.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2021-UNAT-1093.pdf
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SECURITY COUNCIL, 69TH YEAR : 7311TH MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 12 NOVEMBER 2014, NEW YORK
Last but not least, I wish to point out that a sustained ceasefire between the opposing forces will never be achieved without complete and firm control over the international border between Ukraine and Russia, and that additional efforts are needed to reach that goal, based on the provisions of the Minsk documents. (...) Yet Russia has done nothing to restore Ukrainian Government control over the international border. (...) Yet, rather than withdrawing its military forces from Ukraine and rather than cutting off its support for separatists, Russia is instead surging more forces and more equipment across the border.
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MONDAY, 31 JANUARY 2022 10:00
First, let us be clear about the facts. Russia has assembled a massive military force of more than 100,000 troops along Ukraine’s border. (...) We have seen evidence that Russia intends to expand that presence to more than 30,000 troops near the Belarus-Ukraine border, less than two hours north of Kyiv, by early February. (...) In 1994 — 27 years ago — Ukraine received security assurances through the Budapest Memorandum, whereby Russia, together with the United States and the United Kingdom, pledged “to respect the independence and sovereignty and the existing borders of Ukraine”, in exchange for Ukraine giving up its nuclear arsenal.
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Score: 1536551.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=S/PV.8960&Lang=E
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Ukraine requested an urgent meeting of the Council following the announcement by President Vladimir Putin that Russia would officially recognize certain areas of Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk and Luhansk regions as independent states. (...) ‘Swift and severe’ repercussions may lie ahead US Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield called President Vladimir Putin’s move the basis for Russia to create "a pretext" to further invade Ukraine, the consequences of which would be felt far beyond that country's borders. (...) Russia | Ukraine | security council Related Stories UN urges Russia and Ukraine to step away from further confrontation at sea Security Council: UN calls for ‘spirit and letter’ of Ukraine agreements to be upheld, as Russia issues simplified citizenship decree Ukraine: ‘Do not fail the cause of peace’ Guterres urges News Tracker: Past Stories on This Issue Conflict in Ukraine disrupting entire generation of children, says UNICEF 18 February 2022 Peace and Security Attacks on kindergartens and schools have been a sad reality for children in eastern Ukraine over the last eight years, the UN Children’s Fund, UNICEF, said on Friday.
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Score: 1535711.1 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/02/1112412
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SECURITY COUNCIL, 69TH YEAR : 7253RD MEETING, THURSDAY, 28 AUGUST 2014, NEW YORK
The situation on and around the border between Ukraine and the Russian Federation is a particular concern and remains a key obstacle to the de-escalation of the situation on the ground, as arms and heavy weaponry reportedly continue to f low unabated into Ukraine from Russia. (...) Ukraine is one of roughly a dozen countries that share a border with Russia. (...) How can we tell those countries that border Russia that their peace and sovereignty is guaranteed, if we do not make our message heard on Ukraine?
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LETTER DATED 23 OCTOBER 2014 FROM THE CHARGÉ D’AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE PERMANENT
OSCE constant monitoring and verification of the Ukrainian-Russian State border and creation of a security zone in the border areas of Russia and Ukraine Ukraine: – Ukraine does its utmost to assist OSCE in ensuring monitoring and verification of the border between Ukraine and Russia (...) About 1,500 Ukrainians have been set free. Russia and Russia-backed militants: – Militants ignore the all-for-all proposal of Ukraine and still keeps over 500 Ukrainian citizens hostage (...) – The Ukrainian side encourages international partners to contribute to the reconstruction of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions and improve the humanitarian situation on the ground. Russia and Russia-backed militants: – In August and September, Russia sent three “humanitarian aid convoys” that broke through the border of Ukraine without the consent of and inspection by the Ukrainian authorities and without the coordination of the International Committee of the Red Cross.
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Voicing deep concern over aggressive actions and threats against Ukraine by the Russian Federation, she said the Russian large-scale military build-up near Ukraine’s borders and in occupied Crimea is unprovoked and unjustified.  (...) But Moscow’s action along its border with Ukraine is not responsible but provocative.  (...) What is going on along the border with Ukraine falls under this qualification. 
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Score: 1526721.6 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2022/sc14783.doc.htm
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The border crossing points proposed were selected based on their location along the Asian Highway network. Such cross-border transport data seem nevertheless currently not readily available. (...) Name COUNTRY Freight Passenger Opening hours Comments Traffic Intl (vehicles/year) Traffic local (vehicles/year) Containers (per year) Traffic Intl (persons/year) Traffic Local (persons/year) Zarang (Border of Iran) Afghanistan Speenboldak (Border of Pakistan) Afghanistan Torkham (Border of Pakistan) Afghanistan Islam Qala (Border of Iran) Afghanistan Tourghondi (Border of Turkmenistan) Afghanistan Shirkan Bandar (Border of Tajikistan) Afghanistan Hairatan (Border of Uzbekistan) Afghanistan Astara (Border of Iran) Azerbaijan Ordubad (Border of Armenia) Azerbaijan Aghband (Border of Armenia) Azerbaijan Sadarak (Border of Armenia) Azerbaijan Uzuntala (Border of Armenia) Azerbaijan Krasny Most - RedBridge (Border of Georgia) Azerbaijan Samur (Border of Russia) Azerbaijan ZhibekZholy (Border of Uzbekistan) Kazakhstan Border of Turkmenistan (Zhanaozen) Kazakhstan Border of Kyrgyzstan (Merke) Kazakhstan Kordai (Border of Kyrgyzstan) Kazakhstan Khorgos (Border of China) Kazakhstan Tazhen (Border of Uzbekistan) Kazakhstan Dostyk (Border of China) Kazakhstan Kotaevka (Border of Russia) Kazakhstan Bakhty (Border of China) Kazakhstan Zhaisan (Border of Russia) Kazakhstan KrasnyAul (Border of Russia) Kazakhstan Border of Russia (Kamenka) Kazakhstan Pogodaevo (Border of Russia) Kazakhstan Pnirtyshskoe (Border of Russia) Kazakhstan Kaerak (Border of Russia) Kazakhstan SPECA/PWG-TBC(19)/4 Page 4 Name COUNTRY Freight Passenger Opening hours Comments Karakuga (Border of Russia) Kazakhstan Chistoe - Jana Jol (Border of Russia) Kazakhstan Karamyk (Border of Tajikistan) Kyrgyzstan Irkeshtam (Border of China) Kyrgyzstan TorougartPass (Border of China) Kyrgyzstan Border of Uzbekistan (Osh) Kyrgyzstan Chaldovar (Border of Kazakhstan) Kyrgyzstan Georgievka - AkZhol (Border of Kazakhstan) Kyrgyzstan Border of Afghanistan (NizhiniyPanj) Tajikistan KulmaPass (Border of China) Tajikistan Border of Uzbekistan (Tursunzade) Tajikistan Chanok (Border of Uzbekistan) Tajikistan Serkhetabat (Border of Afghanistan) Turkmenistan Sarahs (Border of Iran) Turkmenistan Gudurolum (Border of Iran) Turkmenistan ChovdanPass (Border of Iran) Turkmenistan Farap (Border of Uzbekistan) Turkmenistan Khairaton (Border of Afghanistan) Uzbekistan Sariosiyo (Border of Tajikistan) Uzbekistan Alat (Border of Turkmenistan) Uzbekistan Aybek (Border of Tajikistan) Uzbekistan Chernyavka (Border of Kazakhstan) Uzbekistan Daut-ota (Border of Kazakhstan) Uzbekistan
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Score: 1526292.1 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/ma...ession/SPECA-PWGTBC-19-04e.pdf
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SECURITY COUNCIL, 77TH YEAR :8970TH MEETING, MONDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 2022, NEW YORK
In the context of the heightened tensions on Ukraine’s borders, provoked by the Russian military build-up, we are concerned by Russia’s additional destabilizing step and the threat it poses to European security. (...) Ireland commends Ukraine for the restraint it has shown in the face of Russia’s military build-up at its border and the provocation of the recognition of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions. (...) Norway urges Russia to de-escalate by withdrawing its military forces from Ukraine and from the vicinity of its borders.
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Score: 1525361.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=S/PV.8970&Lang=E
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