S. Ossetian citizens can visit Russia for indefinite period now - Russian Interior Ministry
MOSCOW. Aug 5 (Interfax) - South Ossetian citizens have the right to stay in Russia for an indefinite period after the law 'On ratification of the protocol to introduce amendments to the Treaty on Allance and Integration between the Russian Federation and the Republic of South Ossetia of March 18, 2015,' had entered into effect, the press service for the Russian Interior Ministry said on Monday.
According to the press service, the law entered into effect on July 29.
"Citizens of the Republic of South Ossetia have the right to stay in Russia for an indefinite amount without applying for a visa," the press service said.
At the same time, South Ossetian citizens "are required to undergo migration registration at the place of their arrival in seven days after the day of their arrival to the place of their stay for the period listed in the notification of the arrival of a foreign citizens or stateless person to the place of stay," it said.