Russia would issue e-visas to the nationals of 18 countries to enter its free port of Vladivostok beginning from 8 August, stated the Russian Foreign Ministry.
Sputniknews.com quoted the statement of the Ministry as saying that from 8 August a special purpose website of the Foreign Ministry of Russia would begin to work with the intent to issue e-visas to foreign nationals to visit the territory of the free port of Vladivostok. The URL of the website is http://electronic-visa.kdmid.ru/.
It added that the nationals of India, China, Iran, Singapore, Japan, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Algeria, Brunei, Oman, Morocco, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, North Korea, Mexico, Tunisia and Turkey can apply for e-visas.
The Russian ministry said that the nationals of these nations would be eligible to utilise e-visas for gaining entry into Russia via the Vladivostok air checkpoint, also known as Knevichy, and the Vladivostok maritime checkpoint.
The statement goes on to add that the e-visas would be for a period of 30 days with an allowed stay of eight days starting from the entry day on the Russian Federation territory.
The citizens of these 18 countries will receive e-visas within four calendar days.
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