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January 19, 2017

Belarus cancelled visas for 80 countries.
It’s high time to join United Dev Conf!

Now it’s so easy to visit United Dev Conf. A long-expected event has finally happened. Decree № 8 “On the introduction of the visa-free entry and departure for foreign citizens” was officially signed on January, 9, 2017 by the President of the Republic of Belarus. The citizens of 80 countries will be able to enjoy its benefits in the middle of February. The main criteria for the visa-free entry is to arrive at the Minsk National Airport and to stay in Belarus for up to 5 days.

An International IT Conference United Dev Conf is awaiting its attendees on 6-7 April. With the visa-free entry is much easier and faster to join our event!

According to Decree № 8 “On the introduction of the visa-free entry and departure for foreign citizens” the citizens of 80 countries will be able to visit Belarus without visas. Just remember, that your visa-free stay should be for up to 5 days and you should arrive at the Minsk National Airport checkpoint.

Now citizens of 39 European countries, including the European Union, as well as citizens of Brazil, Indonesia, the USA, Japan, etc. can enjoy visa-free entry to Belarus.

On the list are Australia, Austria, Albania, Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Bahrain, Barbados, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada , Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominica, El Salvador, Estonia, Federated States of Micronesia, Finland, France, Gambia*, Germany , Greece, Haiti*, Honduras* , Hong Kong – Special Administrative Region of China, Hungary, Iceland, India*, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea (Republic), Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon* , Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macao (Macau) – Special Administrative Region of China, Macedonia, Malaysia, Malta, Monaco, Namibia* , Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Oman, Order of Malta, Panama, People’s Republic of China*, Peru , Poland , Portugal, Romania, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa* , San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United Mexican States, United States of America, Uruguay, Vanuatu, Vatican,Vietnam*

For states marked with * there is one more criterion: their citizens should have a valid document for travel abroad with valid multiple visa of one of the member-states of the European Union or the states-participants of the Schengen zone with a mark on the entrance in mentioned states, as well as tickets with confirmation of departure date from “Minsk” National airport.

So, take your passport, medical insurance (for not less than 10000 Euro), money (equivalent to not less than 2 base units for each day of your stay). And forget about long queues and tiring paperwork at Embassies.

As entry conditions may slightly differ for different countries, we recommend to buy a return ticket in advance.
If you still have questions on the visa-free entry regime we are ready to help!

The five-day visa-free regime of entry will come into force in Belarus on 12 February 2017.
More details you can find here.

We’ll be so glad to see you at our United Dev Conf on 6-7 April. Best developers, UI/UX designers, PM, marketing managers, business-analysts, CEO of the leading IT companies will gather together under one roof.

We have prepared 2 highly topical and productive days. We have invited more than 40 speakers from all over the world to share their expertise with you. Everyone will find the stream to his taste. Main frontend trends, best reports on Big Data, latests mobile developments and numerous creative management & marketing ideas are awaiting for you.
4 streams of knowledge, new contacts, inspiration. See you on 6-7 April!