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In a rush for Belarus? Don’t forget your visa

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

ENGLAND fans planning to travel to Belarus for the World Cup qualifier in Belarus on October 15, 2008, are reminded they will require a valid Belarusian visa.

All British passport holders traveling to Belarus are required to hold a valid Belarusian visa, and it is important you apply as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

To obtain a visa to Belarus you will be required to provide a tourist voucher from a registered Belarusian travel agency with whom you have booked your accommodation.

RuVisa Ltd may be able to assist you with booking accommodation in Minsk for the game and with the tourist voucher.  (Please remember to book early to avoid disappointment). 

to view the accommodation they can offer or email us at fsf@ruvisa.co.uk.To apply for your Belarusian visa to the World Cup Qualifier Belarus v England on 15th October 2008, click here. For further information or assistance please call: 

Russian Visa Information Centre: 
0131 662 0930 (Edinburgh) 
0207 221 7779 (London)
Or email fsf@ruvisa.co.uk

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