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Electronic visas will begin to operate at the airports of the Far East at the end of August
The Council of Federation Committee on Foreign Affairs approved a law on the extension of the simplified procedure for the entry into electronic visas for technically equipped airports in the Far East. The mechanism can begin to operate already in the end of August.
According to Pavel Volkov, Deputy Secretary for Development of the Far East, not all airports are ready for such a simplified visa regime, so the mechanism will be distributed as the regions themselves are ready. Now technically ready to receive tourists are the air harbors of the Khabarovsk Territory, Kamchatka, the Amur Region, Chukotka and Sakhalin.
As the press service of Minsk region informs, the foreign citizen will be able to use the electronic visa within 30 days from the beginning of the entrance approval. It can be used for eight days in the subject through which the entry is made. Citizens of 18 countries can now use the simplified visa regime.