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Russians Can Go to Guatemala Without Visa
1.03.2012 11:07
Russians Can Go to Guatemala Without Visa
Mayan temple at Tikal, Guatemala

Russian citizens now can visit Guatemala without a visa - an agreement between the two governments, signed in New York on September 22, 2011, entered into force yesterday, February 29. 

      According to this agreement, Russian people and the citizens of the Republic of Guatemala with valid passports can enter and leave another state without visas and stay on the territory of the country up to 90 days.

      Those citizens who intend to stay in the state more than 90 days or want to carry out business activity on its territory must get a visa in accordance with the laws of the host country.

      Currently, the Russians have the opportunity of visa-free entry to several countries in South America: Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, Uruguay, Colombia and Guyana.

      In addition, an agreement on the simplified visa regime has been reached with two more countries, Bolivia and Suriname: the Russian citizens get visa on arrival at the border. 

      Source: Image courtesy: Travelogged.

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russia International Russian tourism visa visa regime Russia-Guatemala 

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