The Kremlin has ruled out the introduction of a visa regime with Belarus
Photo: russianlook.com the Border of Russia
The majority of Russian citizens believe that the visa-free regime with Belarus should be abolished.
Russia is not going to introduce visas for Belarusian citizens, despite the creation of the border zone along the border between the two countries. This was stated press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.
“No, this possibility is not considered,” Peskov said at a briefing.
The Russian media has been quoting a poll according to which 78% of Russian citizens believe that the visa-free regime with Belarus should be abolished. They believe that “Russia should not allow its territory unknown people who have not received put the Russian visa.”
Only 16% supported the preservation of the visa-free regime.
As reported Корреспондент.net, as of February 1, Russia imposed a regime of border zone on the border with Belarus. This was done without warning .
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko in this regard, said that the Russian Federation international Treaty kicks in the tail and mane.