The German government appreciated the idea of ​​a visa-free regime with Russia

The & nbsp; text of the agreement says: “We & nbsp; plan to create the possibility of visa-free entry from & nbsp; Russia to & nbsp; especially important & nbsp; target groups, for example, young people under & nbsp; 25 years old.

Bastrykin called the USE torture for young people

& laquo; I am & nbsp; glad that & nbsp; we managed to include in the & nbsp; coalition agreement the requirement for & nbsp; visa-free travel for & nbsp; young people from & nbsp; Russia. This initiative, coming from & nbsp; the very heart of civil society, I & nbsp; was very happy to support, because & nbsp; it is aimed at & nbsp; uniting people & nbsp;, & nbsp; & mdash; told Izvestia German government coordinator for & nbsp; intersocial cooperation with & nbsp; Russia, Central Asia and & nbsp; countries of the Eastern Partnership, Bundestag deputy from the & nbsp; SPD party Johan Zaathof.

According to & nbsp; the words of Johan Zaathof's regime, for & nbsp; implementation of the initiative to & nbsp & nbsp; for & nbsp; Russian citizens of Germany, it will be necessary to consult with & nbsp; partners in the & nbsp; EU.

Recall that in & nbsp; May 2005 & nbsp; RF and & nbsp; EU announced & nbsp; intention to introduce a visa-free regime. In & nbsp; 2006, an agreement was signed on & nbsp; simplification of the regime. In & nbsp; 2007, the parties launched a dialogue on & nbsp; visa-free. However, negotiations were suspended by the decision of the & nbsp; EU summit on 6 & nbsp; March 2014 in the framework of the first block of restrictive measures in & nbsp; in connection with the & nbsp; Ukrainian crisis.