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Russian-Japanese Visa Regime Will Be Simplified
12.01.2017 23:42
Russian-Japanese Visa Regime Will Be Simplified

Since the 1st of January 2017, Russian and Japanese parties have set the synchronized measures on the basis of reciprocity aimed at simplification of the visa regime for trips of the citizens of both countries, according to the Russian Foreign Ministry.

      In particular, the Russian consular offices abroad will now formalize multiple tourist visas for the Japanese citizens (including for the purpose of the trip as "target-oriented tourism") for up to 6 months, multiple private visas for up to one year, as well as multiple business or humanitarian visa for up to five years. The basis for the issuance of Russian visas and the requirements to submit the documents in this case remain unchanged.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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