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Visa Asks For Insurance
Visa has asked for insurance against failures in the Russian system of payment cards. Visa fears that the National Payment Cards System (NPCS) will fail to cope with the processing of payments on its cards in Russia. It insists on the use of foreign facilities, however NPCS objects to this idea.
--25-01-2015--
Russia and EU Come Closer
Partnership for Modernization has helped to push Russia's relations with its biggest trade partner forward, thanks to regular work of dialogue groups on the areas which have huge potential for growth but are still riddled with issues.
--12-10-2012--


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Indian Visas Online
Russians will be able to get pre-approved online Indian visas upon arrival at the airports.
--30-11-2014--
Russian Finance Ministry Plans to Ease Visa and MasterCard Restrictions
On Wednesday, June 25, Russian Finance Ministry published a draft resolution that softens operating conditions for Visa and MasterCard before they acquire the status of nationally significant card payment systems (CPS).
--29-06-2014--
Visa and MasterCard Plan to Stay in Russia, Seek for Compromise
MasterCard stays in Russia 'in any case', while Visa hopes for a productive comprise with Russian authorities, the representatives of the companies said on Friday.
--31-05-2014--
Visa To Europe: No Restrictions
The European Union confirmed the absence of any visa restrictions for Russian tourists.
--18-04-2014--
Russia to Consider Easing Visa Requirements for Tourists
Russian parliament plans to discuss a draft law lengthening the validity of Russian tourist visas and easing the requirements for obtaining them, a government website said on Friday.
--30-03-2014--
Half of Citizens of Finland are Uptight about Visa Abolition for Russians
Half of the citizens of Finland give no credence to the need of visa abolition for Russians.
--29-10-2013--
Visa-Free Access Is Introduced Between Russia and Macau
A bilateral agreement on non-visa travel between Russia and Macau came into effect on Sunday, September 30, the Russian Foreign Ministry said.
--01-10-2012--
U.S. and Russia Liberalize Visa Requirements for Each Other
U.S. embassy reports reduction of the fees for issuing visas to Russians, as well as extension of a stay in the country.
--03-09-2012--
Chinese Circus Artists Were Taken for Illegal Migrant Workers
Russia's Federal Migration Service (FMS) has fined the performers of the Chinese Emperor Circus over the lack of work permits, the Service's officials report.
--15-08-2012--
Moscow May Become Visa-free for Tourists
Moscow Government promotes short-term visa-free regime in the capital for foreign guests, as it was stated by the head of the city's International Contacts Department.
--16-07-2012--
Bulgaria to Open Five Visa Centres in Russia
In 2012, the Bulgarian Consulate will additionally open five visa centres in Russian cities, bringing their total number to sixteen.
--05-04-2012--
Russia To Ease Visa Regime for Tourists
The Russian government will submit proposals on easing the visa regime for foreigners, visiting Russia for tourism.
--29-03-2012--
Russians Can Go to Guatemala Without Visa
Russian citizens now can visit Guatemala without a visa - an agreement between the two governments, signed in New York on September 22, 2011, entered into force yesterday, February 29.
--01-03-2012--
Russians Can Go to Uruguay without Visa
Russia will introduce a visa-free regime with Uruguay. That statement was made during the 66th United Nations General Assembly in New York by ministers for Foreign Affairs of two countries.
--28-09-2011--
Russian tourists cant get British visas in time
British consulate in Russia is failing to issue visas to Russian tourists within scheduled two weeks. The consulate says the highly rising number of applications has caused the problem.
--06-07-2011--
Russians can get Georgian visas at the border
Georgian authorities started issuing entrance visas to Russians at the only official border crossing point Dariali Verhniy Lars at the border of the two countries.
--05-07-2011--





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