i've heard that once i have a visa for Kazakhstan, it is also valid for Kyrgyzstan.
Is that correct?
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thank's for the information, but there are still some things that i don't understand.
let's say that i have a tourist visa for Kazakhstan, now please tell me:
A. can i first enter Kyrgyzstan from Tajikistan by land with this visa, , travel a bit in Kyrgyzstan and only then continue to Kazakhstan by land?
B. can i land in Bishkek and enter Kyrgyz with my Kazakhi visa?
C. can i enter Kyrgyzstan by land from Kazakhstan with a kazakhi visa, travel a bit and then leave from Bishkek by flight?
D. do i need to apply for 2 entries visa? if i cross from Kazakh to Kyrgyz, does the entry to Kyrgyz count as another entry?
Copied from this page: http://m.mfa.gov.kz/en/section/1133
"Tourist visas granted to nationals of the third states under national Kazakhstan law and the Kyrgyzstan law relating to entry, stay and exit from the Republic of Kazakhstan or the Kyrgyz Republic, shall give holders the right to freely enter and exit during visa validity period via multilateral crossing points in districts of the Kyrgyz Republic’s Issykkul, Talas and Chu Provinces and in districts of Kazakhstan’s Almaty and Zhambyl Provinces adjoining the Kyrgyz Republic, except for areas where access by foreign nationals is restricted (the list of states of which citizens are allowed to enter on Tourist visas to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan is currently being defined)."
It looks to be valid info, but checking it directly from closest embassy is recommended
i see, thank's
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