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Visa and rules
of entry

DOWNSTREAM CENTRAL ASIA

Visa and rules
of entry

VISA-FREE ENTRY

Citizens of a number of CIS countries, in particular:
AzerbaijanArmeniaBelarusGeorgia
KazakhstanKyrgyzstanMoldovaRussian Federation
Ukraine
For citizens of the following countries, a visa-free regime applies for up to 30 days:
Andorra PrincipalityAustralian UnionAustrian RepublicArgentine Republic
Bosnia and HerzegovinaBrunei Darussalam StateCanadaCzech Republic
Federative Republic of BrazilFederal Republic of GermanyFinland RepublicFrench Republic
Grand Duchy of LuxembourgHungaryGreek RepublicIsrael
IndonesiaIrelandIcelandItalian Republic
LiechtensteinMontenegroPrincipality of Monacothe Kingdom of Belgium
the Kingdom of Denmarkthe Kingdom of Spainthe Kingdom of the Netherlandsthe Kingdom of Norway
the Kingdom of Swedenthe Republic of Latviathe Republic of LithuaniaMalaysia, Mongolia
New ZealandPortugal RepublicRepublic of BulgariaRepublic of Cyprus
Republic of KoreaRepublic of MaltaRepublic of PolandRepublic of San Marino
Republic of SerbiaSingaporeRepublic of SloveniaRepublic of Croatia
Republic of ChileRomaniaSlovak RepublicRepublic of Turkey
Swiss ConfederationRepublic of EstoniaJapanUUU
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandVatican

VISA FOR OTHER COUNTRIES

To obtain a visa, please contact the consular department of the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in your country.

COVID - 19 and rules of entry to Uzbekistan.

Starting from 25th August 2021 to enter Uzbekistan by plane or train you must be able to show a negative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test for coronavirus in Russian or English taken no more than 72 hours before your arrival into the country. This includes people who are vaccinated.

Further information available on: https://mfa.uz/30297

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