According to the Chinese Embassy in Uzbekistan, so far, Ukraine has not published the detailed rules for the implementation of the policy, including how to calculate the seven-day time, what are the rules for air tickets, and how to go through the exit formalities within the time limit. The consular department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reminds Chinese citizens who wish to go to Uzbekistan to complete their visas to Uzbekistan at this stage.
According to the Malaysian government announcement, the Malaysian government will continue to implement conditional check-in exemption arrangements for Chinese tourists, valid from January 1,2020 to December 31,2020.
According to the requirements, Chinese tourists are required to complete the registration of information on the eNTRI system (e-tourism visa-free registration system) in advance and to enter Malaysia from the designated port for up to 15 days within three months after successful registration. In addition, visitors may not re-register on the eNTRI system until 45 days after their departure from Malaysia to apply for exemption.
Since January 19,2020, Chinese citizens have entered Armenia visa-free with valid ordinary passports. In accordance with the agreement of the two parties, Chinese citizens with ordinary Chinese passports and Armenian citizens with ordinary Armenian passports shall enter, leave or transit the territory of the other party for a period of not more than 90 days from the date of entry, with visa exemption.
The measure applies to tourists from about 20 countries and regions, including China. Visitors from relevant countries entering Thailand during the implementation period are not required to pay a landing visa fee of 2,000 baht (about 470 RMB) per person. Application for a landing sign requires preparation: