Kaliningraders hit from other side

  • 2003-09-25
  • Agence France Presse
WARSAW - Poland and Russia on Sept. 18 signed a new visa agreement that will come into force on Oct. 1, removing a key problem ahead of European Union enlargement next year.Due to join the EU on May 1 next year, Poland is required to have new visa agreements in place with its non-EU neighbors by the beginning of next month, and new regimes have already been put in place with Ukraine and Belarus.The new visas will cost 10 euros - 50 euros, depending on the number of entries, according to details of the agreement released to the media.The vital travel document will, however, be free for resid...
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