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Russia and Mongolia to finalize issues on reciprocal visa-free travel

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During the state visit by Russian President Vladimir Putin to Mongolia, the issue of reciprocal visa-free travel is expected to be resolved.

The governments of two countries have held discussions over reciprocal visa-free travel for nationals of both countries for up to 30 days, but business or work travel for more than 30 days will require a visa. The issue is expected to be finalized when parties sign an agreement during the Russian President’s visit.

If the agreement is signed, the visa waiver will be effective starting January 1, 2015, said Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russian Federation to Mongolia I.K.Azizov in a recent interview.



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