All Coronavirus restrictions on entry to France have been lifted for Russian tourists – such a statement appeared on the website of the Consulate General of France in Moscow. According to it, Russian tourists will not need a vaccination certificate or a PCR test to enter France
“It is no longer required to present a negative PCR or antigen test result. To enter France from Russia, you no longer need an international travel certificate and proof of good reasons,” the embassy website says. It should be noted that from April 1, France also lifted restrictions on the issuance of all types of visas to Russians, including tourist ones.
True, it is worth adding that those who wish will have to travel by “detour routes”: like the entire EU, France closed the sky for aircraft from Russia. The same embassy website also contains an unambiguous instruction to all French citizens to leave Russia if possible.
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