Monday, January 9 2017 20:14 EET
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Lukashenko provides a possibility for Europeans to travel without visa for five days
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Citizens of 39 European countries, including the entire European Union, as well as Brazil, Indonesia, the US, Japan and other countries will be able to enter the county without a visa for a maximum of 5 days

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko signed a decree, which establishes a five-day visa-free regime for citizens of 80 countries. This was reported by the presidential press office, reported 112 TV channel.

"The document establishes visa-free entry to Belarus for a period not exceeding 5 days at the entrance through the border checkpoint at the national airport Minsk for the citizens of 80 countries. The decree applies to 39 countries in Europe, including the entire European Union, as well as Brazil, Indonesia, the US, Japan and other states," the statement said.

It is noted that the new rules also cover such categories as non-citizens of Latvia and persons without Estonian citizenship.

"The document is aimed at enhancing trips of business travelers, tourists, individuals with a regular passport, and will not apply to foreigners engaged in official travels: diplomatic, service, special and other passport equivalents will not be taken into account," it was underlined in the message.

So, in order to enter into the country without visa, you must have a valid passport or other equivalent document, cash, health insurance for an amount no less than 10 thousand euro operating in Belarus.

Earlier reported that visa-free regime for Ukraine postponed.