Today in St. Petersburg a solemn ceremony of opening the building of the Division for Migration Issues for the Krasnoselsky District was held.
The event was attended by First Deputy-Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Colonel-General of Police Aleksandr Gorovoy, Chief of the MIA of Russia GA for St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region Lieutenant-General of Police Sergey Umnov, the leadership and staff of the territorial unit.
In his greeting speech, Aleksandr Gorovoy stressed that at present one of the priorities of the Ministry was the creation of appropriate conditions for the provision of quality public services to the population.
First Deputy-Minister noted that in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region, almost 90% of public services in the sphere of migration were provided through an electronic system integrated into the system of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia.
Sergey Umnov informed about the long-term program of renovation of the buildings of territorial units on migration issues that started in 2017: “Thanks to the system approach, we create comfortable conditions for rendering public services to the residents of the region. To date, three buildings in the city and one in the area have been renovated. At the same time, office space is equipped with modern office equipment and furniture, meeting the required standards.”
The building in Marshal Zakharov Street, which has been opened today after major repairs, will provide public services for the processing of domestic and foreign passports, as well as the reception of foreign citizens and stateless persons on various issues.
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