Citizens of following countries can enter Russia (as per 10 March 2021):
Great Britain, Tanzania, Turkey, Switzerland, Egypt, Maldives, United Arab Emirates, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, The Republic of Korea, Cuba, Serbia, Japan, Seychelles, Ethiopia, Vietnam, India, Qatar, Finland, Azerbaijan, Armenia
Thus, foreign citizens who are citizens of these countries or who have a residence permit in these countries have the right to enter the territory of the Russian Federation.
It is necessary to enter the Russian Federation from the country of which the foreigner is a citizen or in which he has a residence permit.
Other foreign citizens must have humanitarian reasons to enter the Russian Federation. At the moment, the following people from other countries can enter the territory of the Russian Federation:
foreign citizens with a residence permit of the Russian Federation;
foreigners for treatment (if there is an invitation from a medical organization indicating the period of treatment);foreign highly qualified specialists (HQS);
foreign citizens for caring for sick close relatives (parents, children, spouses);
citizens of visa-free countries in connection with the death of a close relative;