Diplomatic mission address of the Romania Embassy in Russia, consulate address details, Phone number of Romania Embassy for Moscow, St Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Vladivostok.. Information on where to go, opening time when to call, how to find the embassy etc.
Search for Schools:

Romanian Embassy for Russia - Address / Phone Number

Romanian Embassy for Russia

Romanian Embassy in Russia

Address: ul. Mosfilmovskaia 64, 119590 Moscow
City: Moscow (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +3 hours)
Tel.: +7 (499) 143.04.24; +7 (499) 143.04.30
Fax:  +7 (499) 143.04.49
Consular tel.: +7 499 143 0350
Consular fax: +7 499 143 1310
Emergency tel.: +7 916 017 9882
Working hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 10.00 – 17.00, Thursday, 10.00 – 13.00 (by appointment only)  

Romanian Consulate General in St Petersburg
Address: Str. Garohovaia nr. 4, 191186 St Petersburg
City: St Petersburg (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +3 hours)
Tel.: +7 812 3126141; +7 812 3350844
Fax:  +7 812 3350845  

Romanian Consulate General in Rostov on Don
Address: ul. Sedmaia Linia 18/39, Rostov on Don
City: Rostov on Don (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +3 hours)
Tel.: +7 863 2530861; +7 863 2302915; +7 863 2275925
Fax:  +7 863 2236293  

The Romanian Embassy in the Russian Federation is committed to promoting Romania’s relations with the Russian Federation in areas of common interest to both countries, based on pragmatic interest and mutual respect. Each of the mission’s departments contributes with its expertise and ideas to the developing of the cooperation agenda in cultural, economic and political areas.  

Consular services provided by the Embassy:

  • Issuance of passports;
  • Issuance of birth, marriage, death, criminal record, employment, name change, divorce certificates;
  • Issuance of notarial acts;
  • Dealing with Romanian citizenship;
  • Marriage in the Embassy;
  • Issuance of visas;
  • Assistance to and consular protection of Romanian citizens.

Nationals of the Russian Federation must be in possession of visas when entering the territory of Romania. Supporting documents required for a tourist visa:

  • Voucher or firm reservation at a tourist accommodation unit, as well as the itinerary of the trip.
  • Valid travel ticket to destination, or the driving license, green card and the registration documents of the means of transport, in the case of vehicle drivers.
  • Travel medical insurance.
  • Proof of financial means in amount of EUR 50/day for the entire period, but not less than EUR 500 or the equivalent in convertible currency.

Holders of simple travel documents may obtain single or multiple entry visas, provided they submit, at the diplomatic mission or consular posts of Romania, a written invitation (previously approved by the Ministry of Administration and Interior – Romanian Immigration Office) on behalf of a company or a natural person, stating that the hosts will bear the repatriation expenses, should the invited third-country national not leave Romania upon expiry of the right of stay granted by the visa.

If the third-country national does not hold financial means and has entered Romania on the grounds of an invitation, the host company or natural person that made the invitation, will bear the expenses regarding the return to their country of origin or residence. The amounts payable are determined by the Romanian Immigration Office through a note ascertaining the expenses regarding repatriation.

The visa processing fees are charged beforehand, in EUR, as well as in US Dollars, or in the currency of the state of residence, based on the average exchange rate to the EUR. In countries with a free currency market, visa fees are usually charged in EUR or in US Dollars.

The Embassy is closed on holidays.

This map displays where the Romania Embassy / Consulate is located in Russia, Moscow.

If this location is no longer correct, please submit the exact new address information via our Contact page. If the map does not load for you, try opening this page on another web browser.

Sponsored Links
Traveler's Guide
Sponsored Links