Slovakia plans no ban on all Russians from entering the country

The country would most likely support an EU-wide ban.

Slovak Foreign Minister Ivan Korčok.Slovak Foreign Minister Ivan Korčok. (Source: TASR)

In light of several EU member states’ efforts to completely ban Russian citizens from entering the European Union, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine being the reason, the question is what side Slovakia stands on.

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Today, the country approves tourist visas only for Russians who visit their relatives living in Slovakia or study at Slovak universities. Russian athletes get their visas approved as well.

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