A popular European country has tightened the issuance of visas to Russian tourists. We are talking about Bulgaria. Details about the visa obstacles that have arisen and the deterioration in the statistics of issuing permits to enter the Balkan country were reported by the Fly away Telegram channel.
“Almost all visas issued by Bulgaria (to Russians) in late March and early April (2023 years) are single. Even if a visa is valid for 90 days, it is issued with a single entry,” the publication clarified.
According to visa market experts, such changes are related to the work of new employees of the Bulgarian embassy, who decided not to issue multiple entry visas anymore. visas. At the same time, it was reported that Russian travelers can come to Bulgaria with any multiple-entry Schengen visa, which the centers continue to issue. cross the border of Bulgaria and stay in the country for up to 90 days within 6 months from the date of entry. The specific period of stay is indicated on the visa sticker. At the same time, a double-entry visa entitles you to two entries. As for the cost, the consular fee is 35 euros (3.1 thousand rubles at the current exchange rate). An additional service fee of 14 euros (1.2 thousand rubles) is also charged. As you can see, the cost of visas to the Balkan country is comparable to Schengen.
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