MINSK, 16 October (BelTA) – The government has approved the rules of visiting the Brest-Grodno visa-free area as well as some districts of Brest Oblast and Grodno Oblast. The rules were formalized in the Council of Ministers' Resolution No.699 as of 14 October 2019, BelTA learned from the website of the government.
The document aims to implement Decree No. 300 as of 7 August 2019 and will come into force on 10 November.
In line with the resolution, foreigners will be able to visit the Brest-Grodno visa-free area for the period of up to 15 days if they travel on their own, as well as the western regions of the country if they travel as part of tourist groups and their itinerary includes the Brest-Grodno visa-free area.
Foreigners should carry a passport or a substituting travel document and the permit to visit the visa-free area. This permit allows a single entry to and exit from Belarus.