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Entry into Force of the Agreement between the Governments of Russia and Grenada on visa-free travel

The Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of Grenada on mutual visa-free trips becomes valid on December 24, 2017. The agreement, signed in New York on September 20, 2017, specifies visa-waiver terms for reciprocal trips of Russian and Grenadian citizens.

Under the agreement, Russian and Grenadian citizens with valid (international) passports, including diplomatic and service passports, have the right to enter, exit, transit or stay on the territory of the other state without a visa for up to 90 calendar days during a 180 day period, from the date of first entry.

Citizens of one party to the agreement that intend to stay or reside on the territory of the other party for more than 90 days or engage in labour or commerce on its territory, are required to apply for a visa at a diplomatic or consular mission of the state in question under the respective law.