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More Russian Visa Centers Appeared Globally
26.02.2017 22:58
More Russian Visa Centers Appeared Globally

VFS Global Company has expanded the network of Russian Service Visa Centers in 14 countries around the world on the eve of the Confederations Cup 2017 and FIFA World Cup 2018, the press-service of the company informed on Friday.

      Within seven months, starting in June 2016 the centers were opened in Romania, Poland, Czech Republic, Greece, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Turkey, China, Lithuania, the United Arab Emirates, the Netherlands, Portugal and Switzerland. All visa centers are usually located in the central parts of the cities.The staff in the centers speak the language of the country of residence. For the convenience of applicants VFS Company has made a website for each country, where all  necessary information about the categories of visas, required documents, fees and duties is provided. It is expected that the opening of visa centers in anticipation of major sporting events will facilitate obtaining Russian visa and will lead to an increase in tourist arrivals in Russia.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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