OREANDA-NEWS  Only 643 Tajik citizens were deported from Vnukovo Airport (Moscow Air Hub) in four days, the Asia-Plus media group reports on its telegram channel.

"In the period from April 26 to 30 (at 20:00), 643 Tajik citizens from 3101 who arrived at Vnukovo airport after being detained for several days without appropriate conditions by the Russian authorities were deported," the message says, citing the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the republic.

It is noted that a decision has been made to deport 117 more Tajik citizens.

"Currently, these citizens are also being held in inhumane conditions in the temporary detention areas of Vnukovo Airport and are waiting to be sent home," the message says. The publication, citing a source, adds that a similar difficult situation is also observed at Sheremetyevo, Zhukovsky and Domodedovo airports.

Earlier, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan reported on a telephone conversation between the Foreign Ministers of Tajikistan and Russia, Sirodjiddin Mukhriddin and Sergey Lavrov, which took place at the request of the Russian side.

"The temporary nature of the measures taken, their non-targeting against a particular nation or religion, and the gradual normalization of the situation at checkpoints are particularly emphasized," the Russian Foreign Ministry noted.