Russia and South Korea cancel entry visas

September 19, 2013. The Russian Government decided to lift drop the visa regime it used to have with South Korea, Prime reports.

‘The new agreement touches upon the citizens of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Korea who have regular international passports and are going to make short-term trips (under 60 days long) for business, tourist, or private purposes, or in order to join some cultural, scientific, or sports events,’ the Cabinet’s declaration states.

Travelers who enter either country without a visa can stay in the respective host country for up to 90 days within every 180 days.

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