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Embassy of Switzerland for Russia - Address / Phone Number

Embassy of Switzerland for Russia

Embassy of Switzerland in Russia

Address: Serpov Pereulok 6, 119121 Moscow
City: Moscow (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +3 hours)
Tel.: +7 495 258 38 30 
Fax: +7 495 580 75 34 
Emergency tel.: +41 800 24 7 365
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 12.00

Consulate General of Switzerland in St Petersburg
Address: Tchernyshevskogo Pr. 17, 191123 St Petersburg
City: St Petersburg (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +3 hours)
Tel.: +7 812 327 08 17
Fax: +7 812 327 08 29
Working hours: Monday to Thursday, 9.00 – 12.00, Friday, 11.00 – 12.00

As the official representation of Switzerland, the embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries. It represents Swiss interests in the areas of political, economic and financial affairs, legal arrangements, science, education and culture. In 2014, Switzerland and Russia celebrate 200 years of diplomatic relations. Russia is a priority country of Swiss foreign policy. Relations between the two countries have become closer since the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding in 2007.

For applications submitted at the Visa Application Centers, the visa fee and the VAC service fee are to be paid at the center itself in cash in RUR at the exchange rate for consular services.

For applications submitted at the visa section of the Embassy in Moscow, the applicants receive an invoice/deposit slip and have to pay the visa fees into Embassy’s bank account

The Embassy provides consular services related to the following matters:

  • Issuance of attestations and certificates;
  • Citizenship matters;
  • Civil status affairs (marriage, birth, death, etc.);
  • Issuance of criminal records;
  • Emergency assistance for Swiss citizens in distress;
  • Legalisation of documents;
  • Issuance of passports and identity cards;
  • Political rights to vote;
  • Registration, deregistration and change of address;
  • Social security and social insurance;
  • Registration of Swiss citizens abroad.

The loss or theft of a Swiss ID document abroad must be reported as soon as possible to the local police as well as to the relevant Swiss representation. A police report (declaration of loss) is also required to make it possible to prepare a new identity document, such as a temporary passport.

Citizens of Russian Federation require visas to visit Switzerland. They must meet the following conditions to enter Switzerland:

  • They must be in possession of one or more valid travel documents in order to cross the Swiss border.
  • They must not remain longer than the maximum period of time established for stays within the Schengen Area.
  • They are able to demonstrate the purpose and circumstances of their stay in Switzerland and/or the Schengen country(ies) to be visited.
  • They have sufficient financial resources to cover the entire duration of their intended stay as well as the return trip to their country of origin, the transit trip through a third country, or can obtain the necessary financial resources by some other lawful means. 
  • The Schengen Information System (SIS) or national database does not list their names as persons who have been denied entry.
  • They pose no risk to public order, domestic security, public health or international relations with a Schengen country.

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