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Mongolia intends to issue residence permits to Russians

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In the first week after the start of the partial mobilization in Russia, more than 6,000 Russians entered Mongolia.

Mongolian authorities are ready to issue residence permits to all interested Russian citizens. This was announced by N. Uuganbayar, head of the Mongolian immigration agency department.

The official said that many are applying for the extension of their stay in the country. Now such citizens can get a residence permit.

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“Citizens of the Russian Federation apply to stay in Mongolia for a certain period of time. A decision was made to grant the corresponding category of residence permits to the Russians who applied,” he said, a transfer service representative.

It is noteworthy that in just one day, 160 Russians extended their right to stay in Mongolia for 30 days. At the same time, citizens of the Russian Federation entered Mongolia in the first month and lived there without any visa.

After Vladimir Putin announced the mobilization for war in Ukraine, Mongolia became one of the countries from which Russians began to leave en masse. It was reported that more than six thousand Russian citizens entered the country, 750 people extended their stay, and more than a thousand sought advice on obtaining a residence permit.

It can be recalled that Finland has closed its borders for Russian tourists since September 30 due to the announcement of mobilization in the Russian Federation.

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Source: korrespondent

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