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Visa regulations

Welcome to the section of the visa support. We highly appreciate your comfortable stay in Belarus and to ensure that you do not lose precious time preparing for the journey to Belarus, we help you:

  • - to prepare documents for submission to the Embassy/Consulate;
  • - to make an invitation to obtain a visa;
  • - to fill in the questionnaire;
  • - to book a flight;
  • - to book your accommodation in Belarus.

Visa-free regime is provided for the citizens of the following countries:

  • - citizens of CIS (except Turkmenistan);
  • - citizens of Venezuela (for a term not exceeding 90 days);
  • - citizens of Georgia (for a term not exceeding 30 days);
  • - citizens of Qatar (for a term not exceeding 30 days);
  • - citizens of Cuba (for a term not exceeding 30 days);
  • - citizens of Macedonia (provided that there is a private invitation or tourist voucher);
  • - citizens of Mongolia (for a term not exceeding 90 days);
  • - citizens of Serbia (for a term not exceeding 30 days);
  • - citizens of Turkey (for a term not exceeding 30 days, 90 days within a year);
  • - citizens of Montenegro (for a term not exceeding 30 days provided that there is a private invitation or tourist voucher);
  • - citizens of Israel (for a term not exceeding 90 days).

General information
  • Instructions for obtaining visas to enter the Republic of Belarus

    To obtain an entry visa, a foreign citizen should submit 
    the following documents to a visa issuing authority:
    1) оne copy of a duly completed visa application form 

    The visa application form is filled out legibly by hand or by using technical means in an official language of the host country of a foreign institution, or in Russian, or in Belarusian, or in English. Answers to the questions of the visa application form must be complete and logically consistent and indicate the real purpose of the trip. The visa application form is signed by the foreign citizen personally. The visa application form for a minor is signed by his or her legal representative.

    2) one photograph;

    The photograph must meet certain requirements specified in the international standard ISO / IEC 19794-5: size 35x45 mm, full face, against an even light background, high resolution, no corrugation or ink allowed, 70 - 80 percent of the picture placed vertically, 6 months-older photos not accepted.

    3) a foreign travel document;

    A foreign travel document, submitted by the foreign citizen, must: 
    - contain a photograph of the owner. In case minors accompanying the foreigner are included into the entry visa, the foreign travel document should contain photographs of those persons; 
    - have at least two blank pages intended for visas; 
    - the document shall be valid as long as at least 90 days after the expected date of departure of a foreign citizen from the Republic of Belarus. 

    A foreign travel document, submitted by the foreign citizen, must not: 
    - be dubious in terms of authenticity or ownership, 
    - contain marks, entries, erasures and corrections that are not certified by the competent authorities of the respective foreign state. There must be no torn pages either.

    4) medical insurance contract concluded with RUE “Belgosstrakh“ or RUE “Beleximgarant“ or medical insurance contract concluded with any foreign insurance organization (detailed information is here);

    5) visa support documents;

    Upon the decision of the consular officer citizens of migration-secure states can receive business visa, private visa or visa for participation in sport or cultural activities for the period of up to 30 days without supporting documents, that confirm the purpose and conditions of travel.

    6) additional documents required for issuance of  an entry visa (at the request of a consular officer);

    7) a confirmation of the consular fee paid.

     

  • Terms of consideration of visa applications

     

    A consular officer makes a decision about granting an entry visa on the basis of the documents submitted, the results of an interview within 5 working days from the date of application (as a matter of urgency - within 2 working days), which is final.

     

  • Consular fee

     

    The cost of the visa application fee.

     

    Detailed information on visa fees for specific categories of foreign citizen, for issuing visas in expedite manner, for payment benefits and exemptions you can find on the web-pages of Belarusian embassies/consulates.

     

  • Customs registration of the property for personal use

     

    Customs registration of the property for personal use or how many things for personal use is possible to carry without customs duties.

    The main document regulating the movement of goods for personal use is the Agreement on the movement of goods for personal use by individuals across the customs border of the Customs Union and customs operations connected with their release (herein – the Agreement). The document is aimed at implementing the provisions of Chapter 49 of the Customs Code of the Customs Union. The Agreement took effect on 6 July 2010.

    The Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation have adopted the most preferential terms in respect of duty-free import limits. 

    The limit for free-duty import of personal effects, both in accompanied and unaccompanied baggage, is €1500, with the total weight of 50kg. One should not be confused, however, that the amount of 50kg of homogeneous goods is allowed for the import. The intended purpose of goods is still determined by the customs authorities taking into account the statement of an individual, the nature and quality of goods as well as the frequency of crossing the customs border of the Customs Union by an individual and (or) the goods.   

    In line with the Agreement, duty-free concessions cover alcoholic beverages and beer of not more than 3 liters inclusive, and 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars (cigarillos) or 250gr tobacco, or the abovementioned goods in assortment with the total weight under 250gr.

    Alcoholic beverages, beer, tobacco and tobacco products can be imported by individuals over 18 years old.

    If the import of alcoholic beverages and beer exceeds 3 liters, customs duties are charged at a flat rate of €10 per 1 liter in excess of duty-free concession; the import of more than 5 liters is prohibited. The same rules are applied to tobacco and tobacco products imported in excess of duty-free allowances. 

    More information you can find here.

    The list of used personal use goods temporally imported to the customs territory of the Customs Union by foreign natural persons without the payment of customs duties:

    1. In an amount necessary for use during the period of temporary residence in the customs territory of the Customs Union: jewelry; personal hygiene items; record media (with or without records); portable musical instruments; prams;
    wheelchairs; booster cushions that are fixed on the vehicle seats, sport, tourist and hunting equipment, balloons; portable dialyzers and similar medical devices and their consumables; domestic animals, including those used for hunting, sports, tourism.

    2. The folowing electronic goods can be imported duty-free in amount of 1 (one) item: photo camera, video camera, movie camera; portable video recorders, digital and analogous ones; portable film projectors; slide projectors; portable sound recording and reproducing equipment, including voice recorders; DVD players; portable record players and gramophone records; portable radio receivers; flash players; TV sets with a screen diagonal of not more than 42 centimeters; portable typewriters; binoculars; portable personal computers (laptops).

    3. Mobile phones can be imported duty-free in amount of 2 (two) items.

    The accessories for the above-mentioned electronic goods should be in an amount necessary for use during the period of temporary residence in the customs territory of the Customs Union.The customs officers determined on the basis of detailed guidelines as far as luggage meets these requirements.

     

  • Customs clearance of vehicles for personal use

     

    Temporary import of transport vehicles registered in a foreign state is allowed for a period of up to 6 months for the residents provided the customs duties are paid, and for a period of up to 1 year for nonresidents without the payment of customs duties.

    The initial term set by the customs body is 3 months. If the extension of the time limit is needed, the individual, before the time of temporary import expires, must address any authorized customs body with a request to extend it to the maximum allowable.

    Transport vehicles registered in the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan or the Russian Federation are not subject to declaration while crossing the customs border of the Customs Union.

    When entering Belarus is not required to pay to the Custom for fuel in the tank of the car/motorcycle and an additional 10 liters in a separate container.

    More information you can find here.

     

  • Moving of cash money resources upon the entry to Belarus

     

    In line with the treaty on the procedure for transporting cash and (or) cash instruments by individuals across the customs border of the Customs Union of 5 July 2010 (hereinafter referred to as the Treaty) no restrictions are applied to the export and import of cash and (or) traveller’s checks from and to the customs territory of the Customs Union. An equivalent of USD10,000 in cash and (or) traveller’s checks has to be declared in written form by filing in a passenger customs declaration to the full extent of the imported cash and (or) traveller’s checks.

    One-time export or import of cash and (or) traveller’s checks as large as an equivalent of USD10,000 or under the sum can be declared in written form if the natural person desires so.

    The import of cash instruments excluding traveler’s checks has to be declared in written form by filing in a passenger customs declaration.

    More information you can find here.

     

  • Entry with pets to the territory of the Republic of Belarus

     

    General Directorate of Veterinary of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Republic of Belarus is authorized body of the Republic of Belarus, carrying out veterinary inspection (official web-site of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food – http://www.mshp.minsk.by/, hotline numbers: +375-17-227-73-53, +375-17-227-81-04). Phones of the Border veterinary control points in Minsk National Airport: +375-17-279-12-15, +375-17-279-16-90, +375-17-157-09-59, 24 hours schedule.

    In accordance with subparagraph 2 of paragraph 2 of Article 8 of the Agreement on the movement of personal use goods by individuals across the customs border of the customs union and on customs operations connected with their release from 18 June 2010 (herein – the Agreement), personal use goods which are subjects of prohibitions and restrictions must be declared in writing form.

    Thus, an individual, who moves his pet which is subject to veterinary control and, therefore, to customs declaration, has to follow through the «Red» channel and fill in the passenger customs declaration in two copies, one of which remains to the customs authority and the second is given to an individual in his arms.

    In accordance with paragraph 21 of Annex 4 to the Agreement, pets, including domestic animals, used for hunting, sports, tourism, may be temporarily imported by foreign natural persons  for the period of their temporary stay to the customs territory of the Customs Union without payment of customs duties and taxes.

    Import of animals by individuals permanently residing on the customs territory of the Customs Union, according to the procedure established by the Agreement, with payment or without payment of customs duties and taxes according to the weight and cost of the animal.

    Additionally, we inform that in accordance with the Decision of the Customs Union Commission dated March 2, 2011 No. 569 "On amendments to the common veterinary (veterinary and sanitary) requirements for goods subject to veterinary control (supervision)", import of dogs and cats transported for personal use on the territory of the Customs Union is allowed in amount of not more than two goals without the permission of import and quarantine, accompanied by international passport, which in this case is equal to the veterinary certificate, provided that it has marks of the competent authority conducting clinical examination within five days prior to dispatch. When importing from third countries, international passport renewal to a veterinary accompanying document in the country of destination is not required.

    With the features of animal transportation by rail and air transport recommend to check the official website of the Belarusian Railways (www.rw.by/en/), as well as the official website of National Airport Minsk (www.airport.by/en/).

     

  • What cannot be imported into the territory of the Republic of Belarus

     

    For a safe crossing of the border of the Republic of Belarus, we kindly ask you to find out the following list of goods that are prohibited for import (export from the territory) to the territory of the Republic of Belarus.

    I. The list of personal use goods which import and (or) export from the Customs Union is banned.

    1. While crossing the customs border in any manner:

    1.1. printed, audiovisual and other information banned from the import, export and transit through the customs territory of the Customs Union;

    1.2. service and civilian weapons, their major parts and ammunition banned from the import, export and transit through the customs territory of the Customs Union;

    1.3. hazardous waste banned from the import and (or) restricted from import and (or) export;

    1.4. undercover surveillance and intelligence gathering equipment which import and export from the Customs Union is restricted;

    1.5. poisonous substances that are not precursos of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances which movement across the customs border is restricted;

    1.6. narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and their precursors, except for a certain amount of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances for personal use for medicinal purposes (in this case the necessary documents should be presented), as well as precursos in the amount allowed by the national legislations of the Customs Union member states;

    1.7. human organs and (or) tissues, blood and its components which import and (or) export from the Customs Union is restricted.

     

    2. While exporting products in any manner:

    2.1. ferrous and non-ferrous scrap and waste included in the list of goods which export and (or) import is restricted;

    2.2. raw precious metals, scrap and waste of precious metals, ore and concentrates of precious metals and raw commodities containing precious metals, which export from the Customs Union is restricted;

    2.3. minerals (natural unprocessed stones) which export from the Customs Union is restricted;

    2.4. information on mineral resources when the export of this information is restricted;

    2.5. wild herbs (plants, parts of plants, seeds, fruits); the export of over three items of each type is restricted;

    2.6. wild living animals and some wild plants (except for hunting and fishing trophies); the export of over three items of each type is restricted.

     

    3. While importing products in any manner:

    3.1. ozone depleting substances which import to the Customs Union is banned;

    3.2. plant protection agents which import to the Customs Union is banned under the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants of 22 May 2001;

    3.3. fishing tools which import to the Customs Union is banned;

    3.4. over 5 liters of ethanol and alcoholic products by a person over 18;

    3.5. over 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250g of tobacco or a set of these products weighing over 250g per one person over 18.

     

    4. By international mail (in addition to pp. 1-3 of the chapter):

    4.1. alcoholic beverages, ethanol, beer;

    4.2. all types of tobacco products and smoking mixes;

    4.3. all types of weapons (or their parts), ammunition (or its parts), which are similar to civilian or service weapons;

    4.4. radioactive materials;

    4.5. cultural valuables;

    4.6. perishable goods;

    4.7. living animals, except for bees, leeches and silkworms;

    4.8. plants in any form or condition, seeds;

    4.9. precious stones in any form or condition, natural diamonds, except for jewelry;

    4.10. narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and their precursors, including in the form of medicines;

    4.11. ozone depleting substances;

    4.12. other goods banned from sending by the regulations of the Universal Postal Union and customs laws of the Customs Union.

    More information you can find here.

     

  • Common questions of medical insurance of foreign citizens

     

    We welcome you at section of our website dedicated to the insurance! We appreciate your time and want to make your stay in Belarus comfortable for you. The insurance policy is a guarantee of insurance protection from unforeseen events.

    You will be required to show health insurance, insurance policy or insurance card when applying for a visa, as well as to officers of the Border Service when entering the country.

    Medical insurance contract may be concluded with RUE “Belgosstrakh“ or RUE “Beleximgarant“ or medical insurance contract may be concluded with any foreign insurance organization.

    The medical insurance contract with foreign insurance organization must: 
    – сontain the name of a foreign insurance company and indication of its location, telephones of foreign insurance organizations or international assistance services, as well as the surname, first name, middle name (if available) of a foreign citizen; 
    – be valid at the territory of the Republic of Belarus;   
    – be valid for a period of temporary stay or temporary residence of foreign citizens in the Republic of Belarus;  
    – provide the limit of indemnity not less than EUR 10 000.

    A medical insurance contract with foreign insurance organization can be confirmed by an insurance policy, an insurance card or other document containing the above mentioned information about the medical insurance contract.

    For more information you can visit can visit the page "Insurance" of our website.

     

  • Refusal of a visa to enter the Republic of Belarus

     

    Belarus traditionally is famous for its friendly and hospitable people, stability and safety. However in certain cases according to the Belarusian laws ambassadorial and consular establishments could be compelled to refuse to the foreigner issue of the entrance visa. And even if the visa is issued, employees of a border service have the right not to let the foreigner entry to Belarus under some circumstances.

    To avoid this problem, you need to know that visa issuance or entry into the Republic of Belarus may be denied only in the following cases:

    – the foreigner violated rules of crossing of frontier or customs rules. However if violation will be  eliminated, entrance can be allowed to the foreigner;

    – period of validity of the passport or other document for departure abroad comes to an end in 90 or less days prior to alleged departure from Belarus;

    – the foreigner is condemned in Belarus or other country for a crime, and its criminal record is not removed or not extinguished;

    – during stay in Belarus the foreigner was attracted to administrative responsibility within a year 2 times and more, thus its term yet did not expire;

    – during stay in Belarus the foreigner was involved to administrative responsibility, was fined and did not pay a penalty to the put term;

    – the foreigner cannot confirm that he has the amount of money necessary for a covering of expenses on its stay in Belarus or cannot show a guarantee that the necessary amount will appear later;

    – during the previous visit of the foreigner to Belarus expired term of its temporary stay;

    – employees of ambassadorial and consular establishments, employees of a border service have suspicions that the foreigner can remain in Belarus after the termination of term of temporary stay;

    – visit of the foreigner to Belarus threatens interests of a homeland security, protection of moral, a public order, the rights, freedoms or health of citizens of Belarus and other persons;

    – entrance to Belarus is limited according to determination of the participating countries of the international treaty or the international organization.

    – the foreigner provided counterfeit or false documents for receiving of a visa or specified false data. Besides, the issue of visa it can be refused if the provided documents do not conform to requirements of the Belarusian legislation;

    – the foreigner consists in the list of the persons which entry into Belarus is forbidden or undesirable;

    – the foreigner was declared by Republic of Belarus persona non grata – the person, whose entrance is unacceptable or undesirable;

    – there is an information that the foreigner is related to extremist or terrorist activity or consists in the extremist or terrorist organizations. Besides, entrance can be forbidden to the foreigners concerning smuggling of goods, traffic of drugs, the weapon, ammunition and explosives. Also will not be able to entry to Belarus the foreign citizens involved in human trafficking or to the organization of illegal migration;

    – the foreigner has no the insurance issued by the Belarusian or foreign insurance company, working at the territory of  Belarus;

    – foreigner has a disease which is posing hazard to life and health of citizens of Belarus.

    To avoid refusal in issue of visa for entry into Belarus, it is necessary to take mindfully the preparation of required documents for its registration. If you have doubts in something, address for explanations to us of to diplomatic institutions.

     

  • Laws of the Republic of Belarus

     

    More information about the laws of the Republic of Belarus concerning entry of the foreigners to Belarus and visa regulations you can find here (in English) or here (in Russian).

     

Select your country
  • Armenia

     

    Visa-free regime is provided for the citizens of the Republic of Armenia for a term not exceeding 90 days. If the planned medical services are longer than the term visa-free regime we offer you to familiarize with the procedure for obtaining a visa for our country.

    The Republic of Belarus provides for the following type of visa that may suit you:

    - D-type – long-term visa, valid for up to 1 year with the right to stay up to 90 days, unless otherwise stipulated by the international treaties of the Republic of Belarus.

    A long-term multiple-entry visa (D-type) is valid for one year with the right to stay in the Republic of Belarus for the period of up to 90 days from the first day of entry, unless otherwise stipulated in the international agreements of the Republic of Belarus. The visa can be issued on the basis of petition made by Belarusian healthcare institution or contract for medical services with Belarusian healthcare institution confirmed the need for treatment during the claimed period and prepared in accordance with Belarusian legislation – for processing a visa to a foreigner who needs to receive a medical care in Belarus as well as to his escort person, if required.

    The nearest diplomatic representation, where you can apply for a visa in your country:

    Address: Republic of Armenia, Kotaiskij marz, Arindzh, M.Bagramiana str. 9, 9/1

    Phone: +374 (10) 61 00 53,

    Fax: +374 (10) 61 00 23,

    Working hours: 9:30 – 13:00, 14:00 – 18:30, Monday – Friday.

    Website: www.armenia.mfa.gov.by

    E-mail: armenia@mfa.gov.by

     

  • Azerbaijan

     

    Visa-free regime is provided for the citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan for a term not exceeding 90 days. If the planned medical services are longer than the term visa-free regime we offer you to familiarize with the procedure for obtaining a visa for our country.

    The Republic of Belarus provides for the following type of visa that may suit you:

    - D-type – long-term visa, valid for up to 1 year with the right to stay up to 90 days, unless otherwise stipulated by the international treaties of the Republic of Belarus.

    A long-term multiple-entry visa (D-type) is valid for one year with the right to stay in the Republic of Belarus for the period of up to 90 days from the first day of entry, unless otherwise stipulated in the international agreements of the Republic of Belarus. The visa can be issued on the basis of petition made by Belarusian healthcare institution or contract for medical services with Belarusian healthcare institution confirmed the need for treatment during the claimed period and prepared in accordance with Belarusian legislation – for processing a visa to a foreigner who needs to receive a medical care in Belarus as well as to his escort person, if required.

    The nearest diplomatic representation, where you can apply for a visa in your country:

    Address: N.Rafiev str. 8, Xetai region, Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan

    Phone: +994 (12) 489 56 80, 489 56 71 (24-hour)

    Fax: +994 (12) 489 56 77

    Working hours: 9:00 – 13:00, 14:00 – 18:00, Monday – Friday.

    Website: www.azerbaijan.mfa.gov.by

    E-mail: azerbaijan@mfa.gov.by

     

    The Consular Section of the Embassy:

    Days and time of visitor reception:

    Tuesday, Thursday: 14.00-18.00

    Wednesday, Friday: 09.00-13.00

    Appointments and consultations by phone: +994 (12) 489-56-75, 489 56 80

     

  • Georgia

     

    Visa-free regime is provided for the citizens of Georgia for a term not exceeding 30 days. If the planned medical services are longer than the term visa-free regime we offer you to familiarize with the procedure for obtaining a visa for our country.

    The Republic of Belarus provides for the following type of visa that may suit you:

    - C-type – short-term visa, valid for up to 90 days;

    - D-type – long-term visa, valid for up to 1 year with the right to stay up to 90 days, unless otherwise stipulated by the international treaties of the Republic of Belarus.

    Registration for a short-time visa is made on the basis of the petition made by Belarusian healthcare institution or contract for medical services with Belarusian healthcare institution prepared in accordance with Belarusian legislation – for processing a visa to a foreigner who needs to receive a medical care in Belarus as well as to his escort person, if required.

    Visa is issued for the period of up to 90 days and may be single-entry, double-entry or multiple-entry.

    A long-term multiple-entry visa (D-type) is valid for one year with the right to stay in the Republic of Belarus for the period of up to 90 days from the first day of entry, unless otherwise stipulated in the international agreements of the Republic of Belarus. The visa can be issued on the basis of petition made by Belarusian healthcare institution or contract for medical services with Belarusian healthcare institution confirmed the need for treatment during the claimed period and prepared in accordance with Belarusian legislation – for processing a visa to a foreigner who needs to receive a medical care in Belarus as well as to his escort person, if required.

    More information about getting visa to Belarus you can find on the website of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia (http://www.mfa.gov.ge/)

     

  • Kazakhstan

     

    Visa-free regime is provided for the citizens of the Republic of Kazakhstan for a term not exceeding 30 days. If the planned medical services are longer than the term visa-free regime we offer you to familiarize with the procedure for obtaining a visa for our country.

    The Republic of Belarus provides for the following type of visa that may suit you:

    - C-type – short-term visa, valid for up to 90 days;

    - D-type – long-term visa, valid for up to 1 year with the right to stay up to 90 days, unless otherwise stipulated by the international treaties of the Republic of Belarus.

    Registration for a short-time visa is made on the basis of the petition made by Belarusian healthcare institution or contract for medical services with Belarusian healthcare institution prepared in accordance with Belarusian legislation – for processing a visa to a foreigner who needs to receive a medical care in Belarus as well as to his escort person, if required.

    Visa is issued for the period of up to 90 days and may be single-entry, double-entry or multiple-entry.

    A long-term multiple-entry visa (D-type) is valid for one year with the right to stay in the Republic of Belarus for the period of up to 90 days from the first day of entry, unless otherwise stipulated in the international agreements of the Republic of Belarus. The visa can be issued on the basis of petition made by Belarusian healthcare institution or contract for medical services with Belarusian healthcare institution confirmed the need for treatment during the claimed period and prepared in accordance with Belarusian legislation – for processing a visa to a foreigner who needs to receive a medical care in Belarus as well as to his escort person, if required.

    The nearest diplomatic representation, where you can apply for a visa in your country:

    Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in Astana:

    Address: Kenesary str. 35, Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan, 010000

    Phone/Fax: +7 (71 72) 32 48 29

    Phone/Fax: +7 (71 72) 32 18 70

    Phone: +7 (71 72) 32 06 65, 32 00 34

    Working hours: 9:00 – 13:00, 14:00 – 18:00, Monday – Friday.

    Website: www.kazakhstan.mfa.gov.by

    E-mail: kazakhstan@mfa.gov.by

     

    Office of the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in Almaty

    Address: Furmanova str. 137, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan, 050010

    Phone/Fax: +7 (7272) 72 73 69

    Working hours: 9:00 – 13:00, 14:00 – 18:00, Monday – Friday.

     

  • Poland

     

    Citizens of the Republic of Poland must receive visa to enter the Republic of Belarus for the medical services.

    We offer you to familiarize with the procedure for obtaining a visa for our country.

    The Republic of Belarus provides for the following type of visa that may suit you:

    - C-type – short-term visa, valid for up to 90 days;

    - D-type – long-term visa, valid for up to 1 year with the right to stay up to 90 days, unless otherwise stipulated by the international treaties of the Republic of Belarus.

    Registration for a short-time visa is made on the basis of the petition made by Belarusian healthcare institution or contract for medical services with Belarusian healthcare institution prepared in accordance with Belarusian legislation – for processing a visa to a foreigner who needs to receive a medical care in Belarus as well as to his escort person, if required.

    Visa is issued for the period of up to 90 days and may be single-entry, double-entry or multiple-entry.

    A long-term multiple-entry visa (D-type) is valid for one year with the right to stay in the Republic of Belarus for the period of up to 90 days from the first day of entry, unless otherwise stipulated in the international agreements of the Republic of Belarus. The visa can be issued on the basis of petition made by Belarusian healthcare institution or contract for medical services with Belarusian healthcare institution confirmed the need for treatment during the claimed period and prepared in accordance with Belarusian legislation – for processing a visa to a foreigner who needs to receive a medical care in Belarus as well as to his escort person, if required.

    The nearest diplomatic representation, where you can apply for a visa in your country:

    Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in the Republic of Poland:

    Address: Wiertnicza str. 58, Warsaw, Republic of Poland, 02-952

    Phone: +48 (22) 742 09 90

    Phone: +48 (22) 842 52 02

    Fax: +48 (22) 742 09 80

    Working hours: 8:00 – 12:00, 12:40 – 16:40, Monday – Friday.

    Website: www.poland.mfa.gov.by

    E-mail: poland@mfa.gov.by

     

  • Russian Federation

     

    Visa-free regime is provided for the citizens of the Russian Federation for a term not exceeding 30 days. If the planned medical services are longer than the term visa-free regime we offer you to familiarize with the procedure for obtaining a visa for our country.

    The Republic of Belarus provides for the following type of visa that may suit you:

    - C-type – short-term visa, valid for up to 90 days;

    - D-type – long-term visa, valid for up to 1 year with the right to stay up to 90 days, unless otherwise stipulated by the international treaties of the Republic of Belarus.

    Registration for a short-time visa is made on the basis of the petition made by Belarusian healthcare institution or contract for medical services with Belarusian healthcare institution prepared in accordance with Belarusian legislation – for processing a visa to a foreigner who needs to receive a medical care in Belarus as well as to his escort person, if required.

    Visa is issued for the period of up to 90 days and may be single-entry, double-entry or multiple-entry.

    A long-term multiple-entry visa (D-type) is valid for one year with the right to stay in the Republic of Belarus for the period of up to 90 days from the first day of entry, unless otherwise stipulated in the international agreements of the Republic of Belarus. The visa can be issued on the basis of petition made by Belarusian healthcare institution or contract for medical services with Belarusian healthcare institution confirmed the need for treatment during the claimed period and prepared in accordance with Belarusian legislation – for processing a visa to a foreigner who needs to receive a medical care in Belarus as well as to his escort person, if required.

    The nearest diplomatic representation in Russia, where you can apply for a visa in your country:

    Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in Moscow:

    Address: Maroseika str. 17/6, Moscow, Russian Federation, 101990

    Phone: +7 (495) 777 66 44

    Fax: +7 (495) 777 66 33

    Working hours: 9:00 – 13:00, 14:00 – 18:00, Monday – Friday.

    Website: www.embassybel.ru

    E-mail: russia@mfa.gov.by

    About the departments of the Belorussian Embassy in other cities of the Russian Federation you can find at www.embassybel.ru.

     

  • Ukraine

     

    Visa-free regime is provided for the citizens of Ukraine for a term not exceeding 30 days if private invitation or tourist voucher is provided.

    Thus, citizens of Ukraine must receive visa to enter the Republic of Belarus for the medical services. We offer you to familiarize with the procedure for obtaining a visa for our country.

    The Republic of Belarus provides for the following type of visa that may suit you:

    - C-type – short-term visa, valid for up to 90 days;

    - D-type – long-term visa, valid for up to 1 year with the right to stay up to 90 days, unless otherwise stipulated by the international treaties of the Republic of Belarus.

    Registration for a short-time visa is made on the basis of the petition made by Belarusian healthcare institution or contract for medical services with Belarusian healthcare institution prepared in accordance with Belarusian legislation – for processing a visa to a foreigner who needs to receive a medical care in Belarus as well as to his escort person, if required.

    Visa is issued for the period of up to 90 days and may be single-entry, double-entry or multiple-entry.

    A long-term multiple-entry visa (D-type) is valid for one year with the right to stay in the Republic of Belarus for the period of up to 90 days from the first day of entry, unless otherwise stipulated in the international agreements of the Republic of Belarus. The visa can be issued on the basis of petition made by Belarusian healthcare institution or contract for medical services with Belarusian healthcare institution confirmed the need for treatment during the claimed period and prepared in accordance with Belarusian legislation – for processing a visa to a foreigner who needs to receive a medical care in Belarus as well as to his escort person, if required.

    The nearest diplomatic representation, where you can apply for a visa in your country:

    Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in Kiev:

    Address: M,Kotsiubinskogo str. 3, Kiev, Ukraine, 01901

    Phone: +38 (044) 537 52 00

    Phone/Fax: +38 (044) 537 52 13

    Working hours: 9:00 – 13:00, 14:00 – 18:00, Monday – Friday.

    Website: www.ukraine.mfa.gov.by

    E-mail: ukraine@mfa.gov.by

     

    Consulate General of the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in Odessa:

    Address: Lermontovskij per. 9, Odessa, Ukraine, 65000

    Phone: +38 (048) 737 60 21

    Phone/Fax: +38 (048) 737 60 23

    Working hours: 9:00 – 13:00, 14:00 – 18:00, Monday – Friday.

    E-mail: ukraine.odessa@mfa.gov.by