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President Putin signs into law bill on Fan-ID introduction in Russia

MOSCOW, December 30. /TASS/. {Thursday a draft on the introduction of Fan-ID documents russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law on,} {which will be {necessary for} fans {to wait} sports tournaments {in the united kingdom} {beginning with} June 1,|june 1 {which is} required for fans {to wait} sports tournaments {in the united kingdom} starting from,} 2022.{

The bill was passed {previous} in all readings by the {Condition} Duma,|

The {expenses|costs} was {exceeded|approved} in all readings by the {Condition} Duma earlier,} {the low} house of the Russian parliament, {having an} amendment correcting the date of {the brand new} regulation’s introduction, {june 1 which now stands at,} 2022. Russia’s Federation Council, {top of the} {home} of the country’s parliament, {december 24 approved the bill on.}

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The Russian Cabinet of Ministers still {must} agree on {a summary of} sports competitions,|

The Russian Cabinet of Ministers {must} agree on {a summary of} sports competitions still,} {that may|that will} require Fan-IDs {to wait} tournaments.

Russia’s high-ranking football official Alexei Sorokin announced last month that Russian Fan-ID system {will be} in use {through the} 2022 UEFA Champions League final match in Saint Petersburg to simplify the country’s border entry procedures for foreign football fans.

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Russia’s Fan-ID was successfully tested {through the} 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup,|

Russia’s Fan-ID was tested {through the} 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup successfully,} as well as {through the} 2018 FIFA World Cup, and {gained} high marks from the world’s governing football body of FIFA. The Fan-ID system {has been|had been} also {set up} during matches of the 2020 UEFA Euro Cup in St. Petersburg last summer.

A Fan-ID holder was {permitted to} enter the {nation} {with no} a Russian visa and {remain} {throughout} {worldwide} football tournaments. Fan-IDs {had been} obligatory, {along with} purchased tickets, {to be able to} attend football matches.

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