Chapter VI.1. The maintenance of a foreign citizen in a special institution
2. Foreign citizens are held in special institutions in accordance with the principles of legality, humanism, respect for human pluses, personal safety, and public health.
3. Discrimination of persons housed in special institutions, or the provision of benefits and privileges on the grounds of sex, race, nationality, language, origin, property and official position, place of residence, religion, beliefs, membership in public associations, is also prohibited for other reasons.
4. The foreign citizen is kept (stayed) in a special institution until he is administratively expelled from the borders of the Russian Federation, deported or transferred by the Russian Federation to a foreign state in accordance with the international treaty of the Russian Federation on readmission or his departure from the borders of the Russian Federation in the manner prescribed by the legislation of the Russian Federation Federation.
5. The conditions and procedure for the maintenance (stay), including issues of primary health care, of foreign citizens in special institutions are established by the Government of the Russian Federation.
6. In order to ensure the safety of foreign citizens held in special institutions, as well as employees of special institutions, other persons located in the territories of special institutions, these institutions shall be protected in the manner determined by the Government of the Russian Federation.
7. Typical requirements for the design, technical equipment and equipment of special institutions are established by the federal executive body in the field of migration.
Article 35.2. Rights and obligations of foreign citizens held in special institutions
1. The maintenance (stay) of foreign citizens in special institutions should not be accompanied by the infliction of physical or moral suffering on such persons.