RIGA - The Russian Foreign Ministry has drafted a presidential decree that would give Latvian and Estonian non-citizens who were born after Soviet Union citizenship ceased to exist the right of visa-free travel to Russia, pravda.ru reports.
The draft document published on the website of the Russian draft legislation states that a separate category of non-citizens has emerged — non-citizens in Latvia and Estonia who were born after Feb. 6, 1992 and have come of age, and their children, who cannot partake in visa-free travel to Russia.
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