The document proposes to free the citizens of Russia and Kyrgyzstan from the obligation of registration at the place of stay in competent authorities of the country of entry within 30 days.
MOSCOW, November 23. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin submitted for ratification to the state Duma the agreement with Kyrgyzstan on the procedure of stay of citizens of one country in territory another.
In accordance with current legislation, foreign citizens temporarily residing in Russia shall be registered at the place of stay within seven working days from the day of arrival.
“The agreement exempts citizens of both countries from the obligation of registration (registration by place of residence) to the competent authorities of the state of entry within 30 days”, — stated in the explanatory Memorandum.
The agreement was signed on 19 June in St. Petersburg. It is noted that the agreement is not contrary to the provisions of the Treaty on the Eurasian economic Union, as well as provisions of other international treaties of Russia.
“The agreement will contribute to further development of friendly relations between the Russian Federation and the Kyrgyz Republic and will not require additional outlays from the Federal budget”, — stated in the explanatory Memorandum.