Russia has introduced special entry requirements for Ukrainian citizens from third countries. This was reported by TASS, which was able to review the executive order approved by the Russian government. Under the order, from midnight on October 16, Ukrainian citizens will only be able to enter Russia via the Lodonka Road checkpoint in the Pskov region or by air via the checkpoint at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport.
This is a temporary measure aimed at ensuring the safety of Russian citizens in light of the current geopolitical circumstances. This measure concerns all citizens of Ukraine over the age of 14, as well as minors under the age of 14 who travel with their legal representative, guardian or custodian who are foreign citizens. Citizens of Ukraine under the age of 14 who travel from third countries alone or with their legal representatives, guardians or guardians who have Russian citizenship are not subject to this measure.
The measure currently in place for Ukrainian citizens in the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, as well as in the Zaporizhzhya and Kherson regions, who can enter Russia through checkpoints located on the administrative border between the new regions and neighboring regions, remains in force.
Reproduction © Copyright ANSA
“Freelance social media evangelist. Organizer. Certified student. Music maven.”