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India has introduced electronic visas for tourists from Russia

Russians traveling to India must, no later than 4 days before the start of the trip, fill out a form on a specially created website, upload their photo and a copy of the first page of their passport, pay with a bank card - also through the website - a visa fee of $ 60.

Within 72 hours after the completion of this procedure, an electronic visa is issued, which will be checked by tourists upon arrival to the country.

The electronic visa extends to tourist and business trips for up to 30 days, and is also issued by arriving in the country for the purpose of visiting relatives and friends or treatment. The visa will operate at 9 local airports - in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Thiruvananthapuram, Goa and Cocci.

In addition to Russians, Brazilians, Israelis, Americans, Mexicans, and Australians will be able to obtain an electronic visa. In total - residents of 43 countries. According to Indian Deputy Interior Minister Anil Goswami, the list of countries will expand within six months. “We plan to include all countries without exception,” he stressed.

The electronic visa can be received not more often than twice a year, TASS informs.

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