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Visa and rules
of entry to Uzbekistan

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Visa and rules
of entry to Uzbekistan

Considering constantly changing rules of entry to different countries of the world connected to COVID-19 as conference organisers, we want to help our participants with planning their trip to Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

On this page you will find the latest information about the visa and the rules of entry to Uzbekistan.

VISA 

Please check below if you need or not to acquire a visa to enter Uzbekistan. 

According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, 86 countries can enter the country visa-free. The list of these countries is below:

With no limit:
AzerbaijanArmeniaBelarusGeorgia
KazakhstanMoldovaRussian FederationUkraine
Up to 60 days:
Kyrgyzstan
Up to 30 days:
AndorraAntigua and BarbudaArgentinaAustralia
AustriaBahamasBarbadosBelgium
BelizeBosnia and HerzegovinaBrazilBrunei
BulgariaCanadaChileCosta Rica
CroatiaCubaCyprusCzech Republic
DarussalamDenmarkDominicaDominican Republic
El SalvadorEstoniaFinlandFrance
GermanyGreeceGrenadaGuatemala
HondurasHungaryIcelandIndonesia
IrelandIsraelItalyJamaica
JapanKoreaLatviaLiechtenstein
LithuaniaLuxembourgMalaysiaMalta
MexicoMongoliaMontenegroNetherlands
New ZealandNicaraguaNorwayPanama
PolandPortugalRomaniaSaint Kitts and Nevis
Saint LuciaSaint Vincent and the GrenadinesSan MarinoSerbia
SingaporeSlovakiaSloveniaSpain
SwedenSwitzerlandTajikistanTrinidad and Tobago
TurkeyUnited Arab EmiratesUnited Kingdom and Northern IrelandVatican City
No more than 7 days:
China, including the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China.

*US citizens can acquire an electronic visa on e-visa.gov.uz or obtain tourist visas on the basis of simplified procedures at the consular offices of Uzbekistan.

If you did not find your country in the list of visa-free travel, you can read more about the rules for obtaining a visa at this link.

COVID - 19 and rules of entry to Uzbekistan.

Starting from 22 June, all arrivals to Uzbekistan are required to undergo PCR testing for COVID-19 — in addition to the available certificates with a negative test result made before departure*.

Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan have re-introduced mandatory PCR analysis for all those entering the country. It must be done within seven days after crossing the border.

*Before departure to Uzbekistan, all arrivals are required to provide a negative result of PCR testing for CAVID-19 72 hours before departure (in Russian or in English).

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