Travel advisory from Anyvisa regarding your upcoming trip to Russia

radiation

The recent explosion happened in the Northern Russian town Severodvinsk, made a worldwide commotion, especially among travelers who are planning to go to Russia soon.

The reasons and consequences of this nuclear incident are still under investigation. That’s why many travelers are questioning – is it safe to go to Russia now?

It’s always advisable to check current country conditions and terms of your travel visa and your valid insurance, because incidents like this may cause flight delays, itinerary changes, destination cancellations, and other unpleasant predicaments.

To address all your travel needs and obtain your visa to Russia, you are welcome to contact our office in Vancouver.

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