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The First Russian Visa Centre has Opened in Japan
21.04.2019 22:40
The First Russian Visa Centre has Opened in Japan
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The first Russian visa centre has opened in Japan.

      The first Russian visa centre has opened in Tokyo; so Japanese tourists will no longer have to stand in long queues to apply for a Russian visa.

      The summer months are the peak times when Japanese visitors come to Russia. At the same time, the visa department of the Russian consulate in Tokyo received only 50 people a day. New comfortable centre for receiving documents will significantly reduce the waiting time for preliminary appointment. Travels to Russia are very popular among the Japanese. At the same time, there are mainly tourists of retirement age; they go to St. Petersburg, Moscow, Vladivostok, Irkutsk, and Khabarovsk.


      
      

 


      

 




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian visa travel to Russia    

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