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The law on the activities of guides was approved by the President of the Russian Federation

The law on the activities of guides was approved by the President of the Russian Federation
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The President of Russia signed a law regulating the activities of guides, translators, tour guides and instructor-guides. This type of activity is allowed only if you have Russian citizenship.

The document was published on the official portal of legal information. Representatives of these professions must pass certification every five years by a commission in the field of tourism, created in each region of the Russian Federation. Guides and guides-translators working on the basis of labor or GPC contracts with centralized religious organizations, as well as guides working at cultural and historical sites as teachers, will be exempted from its passage. Information about certified guides and tour guides will be placed in a single federal register, which will be kept by Rosturizm.

The law also specifies that a person previously convicted of serious crimes cannot be certified as an instructor-guide. The register will also be created for the instructor-guides.

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