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Kazakhstan to lift restrictions on crossing the border with Russia from April 11

07.04.2022 61 просмотров

In addition, all restrictions on crossing the state border of Kazakhstan by air are removed.


The authorities of Kazakhstan are lifting restrictions on crossing the border with the Russian Federation at land checkpoints from April 11. This was announced on Wednesday by the press service of the Prime Minister of the Republic Alikhan Smailov following a meeting of the interdepartmental commission to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection.

“Given the stabilization of the epidemic situation, the interdepartmental commission to prevent the spread of coronavirus infections on the territory of Kazakhstan, from April 11 of this year, a decision was made to lift restrictions on the crossing of Kazakhstan citizens, stateless persons and foreigners of the state border of the Republic of Kazakhstan at land checkpoints with the Russian Federation, the republics of Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan,” the report says.

In addition, all restrictions on crossing the state border of Kazakhstan by air are removed. At the same time, the requirement remains for the mandatory presentation of a certificate with a negative result of a COVID-19 test using the PCR method or a document confirming that a full course of vaccination against coronavirus has been completed upon entry into the country. borders with Kazakhstan. The Russian authorities introduced restrictions at the end of March 2020 due to the spread of coronavirus infection. Subsequently, Russia resumed flights with Kazakhstan from September 21, 2020.

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