“The idea of the law is not about that. It is not about discrimination,” he said, adding that the state does not seek to punish, for example, IT people who left. “You cannot do this, on the contrary, we must support the IT sector,” Matviyenko emphasized.
According to her, the main thing is to ensure the protection of trade and state secrets, so “it is not necessary to make a list of professions in which tax non-residents could not work.”
It would be more correct, in his opinion, to make a register of admitted companies with sensitive information and impose restrictions on their staff.
Matviyenko recalled that such standards are already in force in several Western companies.