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Today, the agreement between Russia and Mongolia on visa-free travel of citizens to 30 days came into force
According to the document signed during the working visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Mongolia, in early September of this year, citizens of the Russian Federation and Mongolia who have diplomatic, official, foreign passports can enter, leave, transit and stay in the territory of another state without a visa 30 days. In this case, the total period of stay shall not exceed 90 days during 180 days, starting from the date of the first entry.
Citizens of one state intending to stay or reside on the territory of another state for more than 30 days, or work or engage in commercial activities on its territory, must obtain a visa in accordance with the legislation of the country in which they enter.
The visa-free regime between Russia and Mongolia was canceled in 1995 on the initiative of the Mongolian side.
The deputy head of Rostec, Nikolai Volobuyev, said that cooperation with Chinese corporations implies mutual assistance in the development, production and export of high-tech industrial products, trade and investment.