Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts arrived in Moscow to sign an agreement on tourism development between Iran and Russia.
Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Ali Asghar Monsan traveled to Moscow on Sunday, June 7, to sign an agreement on the abolition of group visas between Iran and Russia, with the aim of developing tourism. The Russian Federal Tourism Authority and the Iranian Ambassador went to the airport to greet Ali Asghar Monsan. “>
According to this document, which we will sign in a meeting with the head of the Russian Federal Tourism Agency, tourists from the two countries will travel to Iran and Russia through reputable tourism companies and with a group visa for five to 50 people.
The Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts emphasized that following the signing of this document, group trips without visas will be implemented between the two countries, saying:
During this trip, a memorandum of cooperation will be signed between the Niavaran Museum of Iran and the Pushkin Museum of Russia.
Monsoon is one of the world’s dynamic and effective industries in the financial tourism of the two countries of Iran and Russia described and expressed hope that the signing of this agreement, as well as the elimination of the Corona virus, will see a significant increase in tourists from both countries. He predicted an increase in flights between Iran and Russia as a result of the cancellation of group visas between the two countries, and said: “There is no plan to cancel individual visas between the two countries.
It is natural to first wait for the results of the group visa waiver experience and then, if necessary, we will consider individual visas.
It is worth noting that the group visa waiver agreement between the two countries in The year 1396 (March 28, 2017) was signed by the parties in Moscow, and in order to implement it, it was necessary to set up a joint action plan to determine the implementation process. The joint action plan of the two countries has been prepared for the three-year period 2022-2020, which can be extended and revised.