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Electronic Visa to Russia
16.07.2019 16:53
Electronic Visa to Russia

The UK is discussing the introduction of Russian electronic visas for foreign tourists, and the country’s representatives hope to be included in the number of countries that will be granted a permission to issue Russian visas online for their citizens beginning from 2021.

      “Electronic visas to Russia will be available to foreign tourists from January 1, 2021. It is supposed that the list of countries that will be granted a permission to obtain these visas will include the Schengen countries, as well as China, South Korea, Japan and New Zealand. It is still unclear whether British citizens will receive such right: perhaps it will depend on the result of Brexit. Now the UK is not on the list of preliminary approved countries. Canada and the United States are also excluded from the list”, as The Telegraph writes.

      The publication emphasizes the fact that this will not prevent British tourists from traveling to Russia, but they will have to prepare the documents in the old way. The newspaper notes that the innovation will be very convenient for travelers: the visa will have a simple online registration process, will be valid for 16 days and cost about $ 50.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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