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The first Russian visa center in Asia opened in New Delhi

The center in the capital of India will be the first of four to be earned in India by December.

“We expect that approximately 90% of visa applications will be made through the visa center,” Mikhail Vorobyov, head of the consular department of the Russian Embassy in India, told the media. According to him, it will be possible to obtain Russian tourist and business visas through the visa center. “We hope that this will facilitate both the process of obtaining a visa and relieve the staff of the consular department,” added Vorobyov.

As the general director of Lex Systems Alexander Abramov has informed, in the near future in India three more such centers will open.

"The opening of the Visa Application Center in Mumbai will take place on November 20, the center will open in Calcutta on November 24 and in Chennai on December 1," he said.

At the same time, visa centers in New Delhi and Mumbai will be able to accept 200 people per day, and in Calcutta and Chennai - from 80 to 100.



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