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Actually it is always the same standard document, which consists of 2 parts: a “voucher of services”=”voucher” (in English or Russian) plus a “confirmation of reception of foreign tourist”=”confirmation of accommodation booking” =”podtverzhdenie” (in Russian). This document is issued by a Russian travel agency authorized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to issue it or a hotel entitled to do so. In most cases this document is arranged when you book your accommodation in Russia (but it is not automatic, you have to do it specially), i.e. when booking any type of accommodation, do not forget to ask about it (ask for “visa support”) before booking. There are also travel or visa agencies that manage it as an additional service. They provide a copy by fax or in PDF format. The visa will be issued exactly for the dates of stay indicated in the letter of invitation. Normally it is not required to present a reservation of air or train tickets to apply for the visa (you can read all the requirements on their website). The visa will be affixed to a page of your passport.
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According to the legislation of the Russian Federation foreign tourists traveling on cruise ships may arrive and stay in Russia without a visa for the period of 72 hours being part of an organized tour group. A visa is required for St. Petersburg if they want to visit the city independently and not as part of an organized tour group.
Up to 90 days for tourists. The original tourist documentation or invitation must be presented to the Russian immigration authorities. The visa exemption regime does not apply for holders of diplomatic and service passports.
Citizens of Serbia with biometric passports obtained after April 09, 2008 may stay in Russia for up to 30 days. Holders of diplomatic or official passports without accreditation in Russia can stay up to 90 days. Nationals of Serbia with temporary and permanent residence permits may stay without time limits. In all other cases a visa is required. The visa-free regime does not apply to holders of Yugoslav passports.
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Thinking of coming to Australia? Well, grab a pen and paper and take note of these tips for traveling to Australia, they will come in handy and may even get you out of trouble at any given moment!
Be very careful with excess baggage, every extra kilo costs an arm and a leg… and think that you will want to bring a lot of things back. We leave you this article that will help you to prepare your suitcase for Australia.
Australian customs is quite strict and there are many things you can’t bring back with you. For example, you may not be able to bring in the medication you are taking without a doctor’s note. So, take a look at this article about bringing medication into Australia.
Always keep it in mind, because at first it is strange and the natural thing is that you will drive as you drive in your country as a reflex… but no! Here are some tips for you to get the hang of it quickly.
Watch out for kangaroos, wombats and other animals because they cause quite a few accidents when they cross the roads. It is not a good idea to drive on secondary roads in poor light, to the point that there are some areas where insurance does not even cover accidents in time slots such as dusk and dusk.
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The joint action will bring the incident, also investigated by a Dutch court, before the International Civil Aviation Organization, a UN agency specializing in air safety and whose role is that of mediator, but which has the power to condemn or impose sanctions against countries that violate international law.
MH17 was en route to Amsterdam after taking off from Kuala Lumpur on July 17, 2014 when, while flying over an area controlled by rebels – backed by Russia – in eastern Ukraine, it was hit by what international investigators and prosecutors say was a Russian-made surface-to-air missile.