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MOSCOW, August 19. /TASS/. An intergovernmental agreement on visa-free trips of Russian and Bolivian citizens will come into force on October 3, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Friday.
"The agreement reads, citizens of the Russian Federation and of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, holding valid passports, may enter, exist, transit and stay on the territory of the other country without visas for up to 90 days within every period of 180 days from the first entrance," the foreign ministry said. "Citizens of either country, who plan to stay on the territory of the other country for more than 90 days or to be involved in that territory in labor or commercial activities, should apply for a visa in compliance with the legislation of the country they plan to visit."
The countries signed the intergovernmental agreement on April 12, 2016 during a visit to Moscow of the Bolivian foreign minister.