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Russia has suspended the issuance of electronic visas to citizens of China

Russia has suspended the issuance of electronic visas to citizens of China
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Since January 30, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has temporarily suspended the issuance of electronic visas for Chinese citizens to enter Russia. Measures were taken due to an outbreak of coronavirus in China.

The restriction applies to checkpoints in the Far East and the Kaliningrad region, as well as air, sea, road and pedestrian checkpoints in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region. The Foreign Ministry also recommended that the Russians do not go to China unless absolutely necessary.

From January 31 in the Far East closed 16 checkpoints on the border with China. World Health Organization acknowledged outbreak of coronavirus in China international emergency.

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