Russian President Vladimir Puttin today signed the law on ratification of the agreements between the governments of Armenia and Russia on the terms of stay of the citizens of the two countries on each other’s territories.
The law was adopted by the Russian State Duma on February 20 and approved by the Council of Federation on February 25, 2015.
The agreement was signed between the governments of Armenia and Russia on 11, 2014. The deal aims to create favorable conditions for the stay of Armenian and Russian nationals on the territories of the two countries.
Under the agreement, citizens of the Russian Federation, who temporarily stay on the territory of the Republic of Armenia, as well as citizens of the Republic of Armenia on temporary state in Russia will be exempt from the obligation to register in competent bodies of the country in the course of 30 days.