MINSK, 14 March (BelTA) - The number of the Polish visa application centers in Belarus will be increased to eight, BelTA learned from First Counsellor of the Polish Embassy in Belarus Marcin Wojciechowski.
“The Polish visa application centers will open in Pinsk and Baranovichi on 16 March, in Mogilev on 17 March, and in Lida on 18 March. Thus, there will be a total of eight Polish visa application centers in Belarus,” Marcin Wojciechowski said.
The Polish center in Lida will be located at 2A Radyuka Street, in Pinsk at 176A Pervomayskaya Street, in Baranovich at 101/1 Kirova Street, and in Mogilev at 35B-1 Pushkinsky Avenue.
On 18 March, the visa application center in Minsk will be relocated to the Galileo shopping mall near the railway station (now documents are accepted at 33 Zheleznodorozhanaya Street).
Four Polish visa application centers opened in Belarus 1 March. When filing the documents visa applicants are charged a visa fee (€60) and a service fee (€15). The service fee is paid in the Belarusian rubles. Booking is required. It can be done online or by phoning the call center. VFS Global won the tender for the provision of these services.
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