MOSCOW. KAZINFORM Russia's foreign ministry will offer people who got Russian entry visas in mid-March however failed to seek advice from the country as a result of the coronavirus lockdowns to get hold of yet another visa free of can charge, Deputy overseas Minister Yevgeny Ivaonov spoke of in an interview with the Kommersant daily.
The Russian senior diplomat stated that amid the coronavirus pandemic many had to change their working and personal plans and cancel overseas trips. «beneath Russia's existing legislation, an unused entry visa can not be extended,» he referred to. «it might be wrong to disregard this issue however is crucial to be mindful legislations provisions under which it may also be tackled, considering the fact that a visa is doc with a limited length of validity,» TASS studies.
«The Russian foreign ministry thinks it viable to present international residents who had single-or double-entry visas with a validity time period starting from mid-March and who needed to cancel their trips to Russia to reap an identical visas within six months after Russia lifts the entry ban free of can charge,» he referred to.