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Asked by Ms.D from Belgium | May. 03, 2010 14:34
About:China Embassy in Belgium

Hi,

I am a Russian resident, currently studying in Belgium. I am planning to travel to Hong Kong for a week in June. I read that Russian citizens don't need a visa if they are traveling for less than 14 days. Could you please confirm? Thank you!

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Answered by Mr.Bob | May. 04, 2010 01:50
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yes, Russia passport holders are exempt from a visa to Hong Kong for up to 14 days.
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