Recently, Belarus has announced a Visa Free Entry for 80 nations including the US! This 5-day Visa Free Entry will take effect this February and initially only applies to flight arrivals to Minsk. But it’s important to note that flights to and from Russia are excluded. If you’ve been wanting to travel to Belarus or are simply intrigued by the Visa Free Entry then make sure to book a flight to Belarus starting February 2017!
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Belarus Visa Free Entry:
In order to qualify for Belarus’ Visa Free Entry, foreigners must bring a passport or travel document, a certain sum of money(the equivalent of 2 basic amounts, or 42 Belarusian rubles, for each day of stay) and medical insurance that is valid in Belarus. Unfortunately, the Visa Free Entry does not apply to persons coming to Belarus with flights coming to and from Russia. Citizens of Vietnam, Haiti, Gambia, Honduras, India, China, Lebanon, Namibia, Samoa must also have a valid multiple visa to any EU member state or Schengen country with the date of entry into Belarus territory, as well as tickets confirming their leave from the Minsk National airport within 5 days from the date of entry. This Visa Free Entry will go into effect starting February 2017.
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If you’ve been wanting to visit Belarus then make sure to take advantage of their Free Visa Entry and travel to Belarus staring February 2017. Just make sure to bring your travel documents, a certain sum of money and medical insurance that is valid in Belarus. Make sure to use your Chase Sapphire Preferred for $0 foreign transaction fees. Check out more ways to Save Money!
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