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Eight airports in the Far East will enter the zone of operation of the SST regime by the end of the year - EastRussia | Far East






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Eight airports in the Far East will enter the zone of operation of the WSP regime by the end of the year

Special project TORA and Free Port
Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the government to include eight DFO airports in the zone of operation of the Freeport of Vladivostok (SPV) regime, the press service of the Ministry of Eastern and Eastern Development reported on Tuesday. This number will include the international airports Ugolny (Anadyr) and Providence Bay (Providence, Chukotka), Ignatievo (Blagoveshchensk), Yelizovo (Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky), Novy (Khabarovsk) and Dzyomgi ( Komsomolsk-on-Amur), Sokol (Magadan) and Khomutovo (Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk).

"The expansion of the free port regime to international airports is an important decision that influences the development of many sectors of the economy. The simplified visa regime will allow expanding the charter programs, first of all, with the countries of the APR. With electronic visas, investors and tourists from 18 countries will be able to fly to the Far East. This will make it possible to intensify business communication, attract more investors and launch more investment projects, as well as provide additional development of the tourism industry in the Far East, "the commentary by the head of Minsk Region, Alexander Galushka, reads.

Since August, the Porto-Franco regime has been operating at the Knevichi airport (Vladivostok), during which time 3,3 thousand electronic visas have been issued to citizens of 16 countries.