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KIEV, April 01. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine intends to cut the duration of the presence of Russian citizens on its territory to 90 days, Director of the consular department of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Andrei Sigiba told a briefing on Tuesday.
"Taking into account that the Russian side has begun to apply this formula to Ukrainian citizens, Ukraine will apply the same formula to citizens of the Russian Federation - no more than 90 days during six months," the diplomat underlined, adding that the 90 days would be counted, starting from the date of the first entry into the territory of Ukraine. "This norm has been in the stage of practical implementation," Sigiba said.