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More than 10.5 Thousand Electronic Visas have been Issued for Visits to the Russian Far East since August
13.04.2018 10:05
More than 10.5 Thousand Electronic Visas have been Issued for Visits to the Russian Far East since August

 More than 10.5 thousand electronic visas have been issued for visits to the Russian Far East since August of last year, more than half of these were given to Chinese citizens, and a little less than a quarter - to Japanese citizens, as the Head of Development of the Far Eastern Region Aleksandr Galushka reported.

      “More than 10,655 e-visas have been issued in the Far East. More than 4 thousand of them have been issued since the beginning of the year. Foreign investors and tourists can issue an electronic visa and come to the Primorsky Territory, Kamchatka and Sakhalin quickly and without delay”, A. Galushka, quoted by the press service of the Ministry, said on Monday.

      According to him, China (more than 6.6 thousand issued visas) and Japan (more than 2.7 thousand visas) remain the leaders of the citizens getting electronic visas.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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