WARSAW - Poland and Russia may sign a visa agreement within the next two weeks, thePolish Foreign Ministry said Sept. 5, removing a key problem for EuropeanUnion enlargement next year."The agreement on visas between the two countries could be signed on Sept.20," Polish Foreign Ministry spokesman Jarowslaw Drozd said. Due to join theEU on May 1 next year, Poland should have new visa agreements in place withits non-EU neighbors by Oct. 1, and new regimes have already been put inplace with Ukraine and Belarus.According to the Polish daily Gazeta Wyborcza, visitors will be charged avisa fee -- ...
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