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The Russian delegation proposed that the DPRK simplify the visa regime for Russians

Minister for the Development of the Far East Alexander Galushka, who headed the Russian delegation in North Korea, offered the DPRK to simplify the visa regime for Russians, the press service of the Ministry of Regional Development said. The proposal followed during the eighth meeting of the Intergovernmental Commission on Trade, Economic and Scientific and Technical Cooperation between the Russian Federation and the DPRK, which was held in Pyongyang.

"This year 70 is celebrating our diplomatic relations. Our country was the first to officially recognize the independence of the DPRK. An example, one of the new points of growth of bilateral cooperation could be the tourism industry. The potential interest of Russians to your country is very high. I propose not only to plan memorable events in honor of the anniversary of our cooperation, but also to consider the government of the DPRK the possibility of simplifying the visa regime for Russian citizens, "the minister said in the message. He added that the Russian Federation has already taken measures to simplify the entry of citizens of the DPRK, and the Russian authorities are counting on reciprocal steps from the leadership of North Korea.

Since 2017, citizens of 18 countries, including North Korea, can apply for an "electronic visa". For such a visa, you can visit Primorye, Kamchatka and the Sakhalin region.
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