NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan - The issue of creating and introducing an “Asian Schengen” needs more time, Kazakhstan’s Deputy Foreign Minister Roman Vassilenko said at a briefing on 23 September.

“This issue needs a deeper study, because over the years of independent development, all Central Asian countries have identified and developed their own entry control systems. The idea of ​​the Asian Schengen needs more time than we expected for implementation,” Vassilenko told reporters.

The deputy for...


This story is part of New Europe's Premium content.

To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In from the ↑ Top of the Page ↑
new europe join now