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He looks like a businessman or a successful top manager. And he really is - Constantine Blyuz, 43, a Deputy General Director of the Natural Resources Department for Strategic Planning at the Committee on natural gas.
Who are we talking about? Under the Israeli Law of Return, the fourth generation is the great-grandchildren of the male Jews. And they have a problem with obtaining the status of citizens. But the problem can be solved.
But it can be smoother Elena K. repatriated to Israel about a year ago. Her absorption was hardly easy, and the Jerusalem branch of the Ministry of Aliyah and Absorption, or, as they say today - integration, did not helped her much.
If I didn't look through a standard school questionnaire filled out by Sasha, a 14-year-old boy, I would never know what he declared there, in "About myself" section. He wrote in Russian, "When I moved to Israel, I lost everything".