Denmark Suspends Visa Facilitation Agreement with Russia

Russians wishing to visit Denmark will face longer processing times, be asked to present more documentation, and pay higher fees under new visa rules.

Following a similar decision by the EU on Friday, limiting Russians’ travel access to Europe, the Danish government confirmed it would take the same step in a statement released by the Ministry of Immigration and Integration.

Denmark is to suspend a visa scheme with Russia and tighten rules granting visa to Russia. As such, Russians applying for visas to Denmark will join a category with countries including Syria, Somalia, and Eritrea.

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