OREANDA-NEWS  Several more Russian tourists were deported from the Indonesian resort of Bali. This was reported by The Jakarta Post newspaper, citing a statement from the immigration service of the local Ngurah Rai airport.

It is noted that four Russians were expelled from the island for violating the visa regime. Travelers are now banned from entering not only Bali, but Indonesia as a whole.

The day before, Indonesian Consul in Russia Fattah Hardiwinangun urged Russian tourists not to violate the country's visa rules. The diplomat urged Russians to take their trips to the popular Asian country responsibly and choose the type of visa based on the purposes for which they go there.

“Indonesia is open to Russians and always welcomes them,” he said. “But tourists should understand that for violations of the country’s rules, including visa rules, they will have to bear the punishment corresponding to this or that violation.”

Earlier in March, Indonesian authorities deported 13 Russians and 34 foreign tourists from the popular resort island of Bali for visa violations. They were accused of violating the conditions of stay and misusing a tourist visa.