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The Embassy Of Croatia Stops Accepting Visa Applications
31.01.2016 09:02
The Embassy Of Croatia Stops  Accepting Visa Applications

The Embassy of Croatia  will no longer accept visa applications from February 1, 2016; the documents now will be submitted only through visa centres, as the press service of the Association of Tour Operators of Russia (ATOR) reports with a reference to the Consul of Croatia in Russia Carmen Florshits.

      These changes are associated with the process of country’s inclusion into the Schengen zone and the work of the European Commission at the embassy of the republic in Moscow. At the same time visas to Croatia are still issued without taking biometrics, without providing statements on the status of bank accounts and certificates from work for issuing visas through accredited agencies. According to C. Florshits, 18 Croatian visa centres operate in Russia now.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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