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The border between Russia and Belarus is open. You will feel almost like in other parts of Europe, no border controls with an everlasting que at all. This is of course a nice time-saving fact, but it also means that you will recieve no entrance stamp to Russia.
After the German embassy was creative enough to recommend to go to an airport and ask random police for an entrance stamp, the ministry of foreign affairs in Moscow confirmed that this is no problem for an overland traveller on another border and at the crossing to Kazakhstan nobody asked about the missing stamp.
'''UPDATE AUGUST 2017:''' This is no longer possible after Russia officially declared this border closed to third-country nationals (ie. non-CIS passport holders). Even if you do manage to cross into either country through this border, this will be treated as an illegal entry, so you will either be sent back or deported, possibly having to pay a fine.
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