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MOSCOW, October 20 (Itar-Tass) - An agreement on visa-free mutual trips for citizens of Russia and Bosnia and Herzegovina comes into force on Sunday.
The document will replace the agreement on mutual travel of the two countries’ citizens of September 24, 2007.
Under the new agreement, the two countries’ citizens can stay on each other’s territory for 30 days within every 60 days from the date of the first entry, the Russian foreign ministry said.
Duration of stay for owners of diplomatic and business passports remains 90 days. Employees of diplomatic institutions, consular offices and international organisations’ missions and members of their families can stay within the whole period of their accreditation, the ministry said.
“Other categories of citizens, including job seekers, need to get a visa,” the ministry said.
The agreement was signed in Moscow on May 31.