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Electronic visas extended to three checkpoints in the Far Eastern Federal District

Electronic visas extended to three checkpoints in the Far Eastern Federal District
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Electronic visas will now be valid at three more checkpoints in the Far East - in Buryatia, the Amur Region and the Khabarovsk Territory. The decree on this was signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.

As noted in document, to the checkpoints covered by electronic visas, a mixed Blagoveshchensk checkpoint on the border with China in the Amur Region, a road checkpoint on the border with Mongolia "Kyakhta" in Buryatia, and a river checkpoint "Khabarovsk" on the border with China were added .

In February, the State Duma passed a final reading of the law on distribution simplified order entry of foreigners on electronic visas to the Far East. He will operate at automobile, river and mixed checkpoints in the Far Eastern Federal District.

In January, the Russian government expanded the list of countrieswhose citizens can apply for an electronic visa to enter the Far East. However, now their execution has been suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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