Updated at 15:34,14-12-2017

Poland to open four visa centers in Belarus on March 1

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Poland will open 4 visa centers in Belarus on March 1 -- in Minsk, Brest, Hrodna and Homiel, said Michal Habras, Chargé d'Affaires of Poland in Belarus, on Thursday.

As BelTA informs, the visa center in Minsk will be opened temporarily at 33 Chyhunachnaya Street. But after a few weeks it will move to the fifth floor of the shopping and entertainment center Galileo in Babruisk street near the train station. In Brest, the visa center will be located at 208A-1 Moscow street, in Hrodna - in 89 Gorky Street, in Homiel - in 2 Pushkin street. Later, Polish visa centers will appear in Baranavichy, Pinsk, Lida and Mahiliou.

It is noted that when submitting the documents, a person would have to pay a visa fee of €60, as well as the service charge of €15 (it can be paid in Belarusian rubles). Time of filing has to be booked online at the visa centre or by phone.

As before, the citizens of Belarus can receive visas in the Polish Embassy, ​​as well as in the Polish consulate-general.