Russia and Armenia agree on mutual recognition of driving licenses
Russia and Armenia have agreed on mutual recognition of driving licenses, a press secretary for Armenian prime minister, Aram Araratyan, said.
Earlier, on June 1, 2017 Russia enacted a law that bans foreign nationals with driving licenses issued by their home countries, from working as drivers in Russia. The law did not apply to citizens of Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Belarus, the three other member states of the Eurasian Economic Union since the Russian language has the official legal status in these countries, ARKA reported.
As a result Armenia and Russia agreed to meet before August 20 to discuss the issue of mutual recognition of national or international driving permits issued in two countries