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Port Zarubino in Primorye has entered the expanded list of ports for visa-free entry of passenger ferries - EastRussia | Far East

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Port Zarubino in Primorye has entered the expanded list of ports for visa-free entry of passenger ferries

Under the decision of the Government of the Russian Federation, the list of ports for visa-free entry for 3 days of passenger ferries with foreign tourists has been expanded - it now includes the port of Zarubino in Primorsky Krai

Port Zarubino in Primorye has entered the expanded list of ports for visa-free entry of passenger ferries
The relevant decree of 22 July was signed by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev (the document is posted on the official portal of legal information). The list includes the ports of the Arctic Basin Arkhangelsk and Murmansk, as well as the port of Zarubino (Primorsky Krai).

A government decree on visa-free stay of foreign tourists in the country during 72 hours was approved by 2009. The document defines the rules for entry and the list of ports to which ship calls are allowed.

The decree states that the “ferry” is a non-cruise ship that performs international transportation of goods and / or passengers.

According to the document, the basis for visa-free travel of tourists to shore is a valid identity card recognized in Russia, Interfax notes.

In the wording of the decree from 2014, the list of ports allowed to receive tourists on passenger ferries included the Grand Port of St. Petersburg, the Passenger Port of St. Petersburg, Vladivostok, Vyborg (Leningrad Region), Kaliningrad, Korsakov (Sakhalin), Novorossiysk, Sochi (Krasnodar Territory), Sevastopol.