Belarusian visa for Colombians
No vaccinations are required for travel to Belarus. For long stays in the country, however, several vaccinations are recommended. The main ones are diphtheria, tetanus, hepatitis B and rabies. Especially important, if visiting the western forests of Russia and Belarus, are vaccinations for encephalitis and Laima disease. Both diseases are transmitted by ticks, which are very abundant in the Urals and Siberia. For more information on health and vaccines we recommend you to visit the website of the Ministry of Health.
Crossing the Russian-Belarusian state border carried out by all categories of citizens of third countries and stateless persons, regardless of whether they have the visa or permit for permanent or temporary residence on the territory of Russia and Belarus, with the use of railroad and road transport shall be a violation of international norms of crossing the state border of the Russian Federation.
All categories of citizens of third countries and stateless persons in accordance with international norms and national legislation of the Russian Federation may arrive to the Russian Federation and leave the Russian Federation through multilateral (bilateral) border points open to international traffic (international flights).
The List of checkpoints along the state border of the Russian Federation was approved by the decree of the Government of the Russian Federation of November 29, 2017, No. 2665-r.
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However, things are changing and since they began to liberalize their visa system in early 2019, more and more tourists are discovering the wonders of what is known as White Russia.
And besides, if you are interested in the history of the Soviet Union, in Belarus you are going to have a lot of time and there is nothing more Soviet, a country is full of countless memorials and symbols that pay tribute to the former communist regime, come on, not even Transnistria itself.
Another of the bureaucratic drawbacks of traveling to Belarus is that you have to register with the police every 5 days. It’s a hassle, because this means that if you plan to travel in Belarus for 30 days, you will have to register 6 times.
The first time, you can register through this link, for free, but after that you will have to go to the Department of Citizenship and Migration in Minsk – if you are not in Minsk, ask in your hotel – and pay the equivalent of 15€.
From Russia, however, you cannot enter. It is a bit strange, but it seems that between Russia and Belarus there is a treaty like that of the European Union, in which there are no borders. Russians and Belarusians can cross it freely, but as there is no customs control, foreigners are not allowed to cross.
What is it? It is a very contagious and serious infectious disease caused by a virus of the paramyxovirus family. It is usually transmitted through direct contact and through the air either by contact with nasal fluids, from the mouth or throat of an infected person.
It is important that during your stay you carry your passport and immigration card with you at all times, in a safe place. The police and security authorities regularly and randomly carry out documentation checks and not being in possession of your passport is punishable with a fine and detention.