Czech Embassy in Armenia suspends registration for Schengen visa applicants
May 26, 2023 - 11:52 AMT
PanARMENIAN.Net - The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Armenia has temporarily suspended admittance of Schengen visa applicants “due to organizational and technical reasons”, the Embassy reveals.
According to a statement, citizens who have submitted an application after May 17 have already received a letter regarding the above.
The embassy also said that the new system will be available from June 15, which they will resume registration from that date.
An announcement regarding the new rules and procedure for registration will be posted in advance on the Embassy's website and social media page.
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