Belarus Digest and the Centre for Transition Studies are launching a series of analytical papers offering in-depth analysis of various aspects of Belarus often overlooked by Western experts and press.
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Belarus remains one of the most unfriendly countries in Europe for people with disabilities.
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To enter Belarus, you will need a valid passport and a visa issued by a Belarusian Embassy or Consulate in your home country. If there is no Belarusian diplomatic mission in your country, a short-term or transit visa can be obtained upon arrival at the Minsk National Airport as you proceed to passport control (Please see details below).
Belarusian visas at the National Airport “Minsk” (MSQ) are issued to the nationals of the countries with no consular offices of the Republic of Belarus.
Most foreign visitors to Belarus require one of a range of available visas: Belarus transit visas, short or long-stay visas, single or multi-entry