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Russia cancels compulsory registration of citizens of Uzbekistan

03.05.2022 114 просмотров

Vladimir Putin signed the law on ratification of the treaty with Uzbekistan on the abolition of the registration of citizens.

The President of Russia Vladimir Putin signed a law on ratification of the agreement between Russia and Uzbekistan on the abolition of compulsory registration of citizens of one country within within 15 days from the date of entry into the other. The document was published on Sunday on the official portal of legal information.

The agreement was signed on May 21, 2021 in Moscow and June 17, 2021 in Tashkent. It provides for "the release of citizens of the state of one party temporarily residing on the territory of the state of the other party from the obligation of registration (registration at their place of stay) in the competent authorities of the receiving state within 15 days from the date of entry" .

It is noted that the implementation of the agreement will not entail an increase in the number of arrivals from Uzbekistan to the territory of Russia, while such a measure will contribute to the further development of friendly relations between the two countries.

A similar order of entry into is currently applied to citizens of Belarus, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.

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