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Belarus' expanded visa-free territory now includes 5 districts in Hrodna region


Starting from November 10, the visa-free territory of Belarus was extended by five districts of Hrodna region: Byarastavitski, Vuakavyski, Voranauski, Lidzki and Shchuchynski, TV channel Belarus 1 reports.

Previously, the visa-free border included only two zones in Brest and Hrodna region. There are now plans to extend visa-free travel to the entire territory of Hrodna region.

Foreigners can enter and leave the visa-free border area in Hrodna and Brest regions through any border crossing points of these regions and stay there for up to 15 days. They are also allowed to travel without visas throughout the western regions, provided that they are part of organized tourist groups.