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Macedonia Canceled Visas for Russians
19.06.2012 12:00
Macedonia Canceled Visas for Russians
Lake Ohrid, Macedonia

A visa-free regime took effect between Russia and Macedonia. The new changes will remain in force until 15 March, 2013. 

      It is the first time when Macedonia cancels visas for Russian citizens for a period of 1 year – in previous years, the visa-free regime was introduced for six months.

      Thus, the Russians will be able to visit Macedonia with valid passport during the year.

      Macedonia is now very popular among Russian tourists. It is usually visited during pilgrimage tours. Some tourists also spend holidays on Lake Ohrid in summer. 

      Source: Interfax. Image courtesy: Wikipedia.

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism visas visa-free regime Russia-Macedonia  

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