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Russia lifts restriction in 90 days for stay of occupied Donbas citizens
15:44, 7 August 2017
Russia lifts restriction in 90 days for stay of occupied Donbas citizens

The citizens of temporary occupied Donets and Luhansk can prolong the migration registration

15:44, 7 August 2017

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Russia lifted the restriction for stay for people who came from the territories of Ukraine that are under control of the Russia-backed militants of Luhansk and Donetsk People's Republics (LPR, DPR). It is published at the official website of the Chairman of Russian State Duma Committee on CIS Affairs Konstantin Zatulin.

According to parliamentarian, the migration authorities of Russia received the order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs to prolong the migration registration of the citizens of occupied Donbas.

'The management of the Department on Migration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia received the persistent requests of the parliamentarian of the State Duma Konstantin Zatulin and the department informed all migration authorities to not extend the 90/180 rule on the citizens of Ukraine who came from the territories of LPR and DPR. They keep the possibility to prolong the migration registration', the message said.

Mostly, all foreigners who come to Russia without visa can stay there only for 90 days.

Russia recognized the documents of LPR and DPR to be valid. People can enter the territory of Russia with these documents.

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