From April 15, 2022 till December 31, 2023 a visa-free entry to Belarus was implemented for citizens of Lithuania, Latvia (as well as persons with the status of a non-citizen of Latvia). Also from July 1 a visa-free entry was introduced for citizens of Poland.
Citizens of Poland have the right to enter Belarus through border crossing points on the Belarusian-Polish border. Citizens of Lithuania and citizens (non-citizens) of Latvia are allowed to enter both through border crossing points on the Belarusian-Lithuanian and Belarusian-Latvian border.
You can use the right of visa-free entry to Belarus an unlimited number of times during the entire period of validity until December 31, 2023. The number of days of stay in Belarus on a visa-free basis should not exceed 90 days in a calendar year.
Yes, citizens of Poland arriving in the Republic of Belarus have to register at the place of actual temporary stay within 10 days, except for Sundays and public holidays. For citizens of Lithuania, Latvia (as well as persons with the status of a non-citizen of Latvia) it is necessary to register within 30 days, except for Sundays and public holidays.
Citizens of Lithuania, Latvia* and Poland have the right to visit and travel around the country.* - as well as persons who have the status of a non-citizen of Latvia
In order to visit the border zone it is necessary to inform the border guard at the crossing point of your intention and indicate the purpose of the visit.
No. PCR test or vaccination certificate are not needed.
In case of entry into the Republic of Belarus for obtaining a residence permit, work, study, it is required to have a visa of the Republic of Belarus.
When transiting through the territory of Belarus to third countries, it is necessary to obtain a visa of the Republic of Belarus.