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  • 27 February 2014

    The Embassies of the Republic of Poland and Switzerland in the Republic of Armenia have the honor to inform that as from March 1, 2014 the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Yerevan will represent the Swiss Confederation regarding visa issuance for Armenian nationals, as well as third country citizens legally residing in Armenia.

    The Embassies of the Republic of Poland and Switzerland in the Republic of  Armenia have the honor to inform that as from March 1, 2014 the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Yerevan will represent the Swiss Confederation regarding visa issuance for Armenian nationals, as well as third country citizens legally residing in Armenia.


    The representation concerns only Schengen visas (type C) enabling maximum 90-day stay within 180-day period, excluding national visas (type D).
     

    Accordingly, as from March 1, 2014 Armenian nationals intending to travel to the Swiss Confederation up to 90 days should apply for visas at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Yerevan but not at the Embassy of the Swiss Confederation in Tbilisi.


    On January 27, 2014 in Warsaw President of the Swiss Confederation Didier Burkhalter and Foreign Minister of Poland Radoslaw Sikorski signed the Agreement between the Federal Council of the Swiss Confederation and the Government of the Republic of Poland on Mutual Representation in the Process of Examining Visa Applications and Issuing Visas. Based on this burden sharing Agreement, Poland and Switzerland will represent each other regarding visa issuance in several countries in Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America.
     

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