Turkish and Russian Nationals Can No Longer Obtain a Visa on the Slovene Border
Ljubljana, 26 October - The government on Thursday abolished the decree that facilitates the travelling of Russian and Turkish nationals to Slovenia. The decree passed on 21 September enabled Russian and Turkish nationals to get visas on the Slovene border provided that they travelled with a valid passport and a receipt that they had paid for holidays in Slovenia or a written invitation from a company. If those nationals held valid passports with Schengen visa valid for more than two weeks, they did not require a Slovene visa to enter the country.
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