Russian diplomat believes war on terror inseparable from political processRussian Politics & Diplomacy February 27, 13:49
Oscars 2017: best looks and memorable momentsSociety & Culture February 27, 13:40
EU extends sanctions against Belarus by one yearWorld February 27, 13:40
Erdogan’s adviser says Turkey will stop operation in Syria after capturing ManbijWorld February 27, 13:06
Press review: Kiev's 'break up' with IMF and Russia's strategic dialogue with FrancePress Review February 27, 13:00
European Council adopts regulation on visa liberalization for GeorgiaWorld February 27, 12:20
Defense Ministry confirms Iran successfully test-fires sea-launched cruise missileMilitary & Defense February 27, 12:06
Kazakhstan's leader says Moscow, Astana achieved perfect relations over 25 yearsWorld February 27, 11:55
Diplomat says military presence in Iraq unacceptable without authorities’ permissionRussian Politics & Diplomacy February 27, 11:20
MINSK, August 16./TASS/. Experts are currently looking into a possibility to introduce single entry visa for the Russia-Belarus Union State, its State Secretary Grigory Rapota told Belarusian television on Tuesday.
"Experts of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus are working through this issue," he confirmed.
Rapota mentioned the Schengen visa, saying this was the example that could be adopted. Focusing on the migration crisis in Europe, Rapota noted that lessons must be drawn from it. "The situation in Europe makes us clearly agree on a common migration policy regarding nationals of third countries," he said, noting that this envisaged strict controls for those entering the territory of the Union State.