At the moment, between the Russian Federation and Georgia has visa free regime, therefore, citizens of our country there is no need to apply for a visa if they want to visit that country. However, the official organ of Georgia continues its work in the capital of the Russian Federation - Moscow.

The official mission of Georgia

On 29 August 2008, Georgia officially broke off diplomatic relations with the Russian Federation in connection with the outbreak of armed conflict in South Ossetia. After the conflict was resolved, the parties began negotiations. As a result of these negotiations, the organization that officially represents the interests of Georgia on the territory of the Russian Federation became a Section of interests of Georgia at Embassy of Switzerland in Moscow. Thus, the Embassy of Switzerland represents Georgia's interests in Russia.

This institution was founded on March 5, 2009 as the result of a long process of exchange of relevant notifications, and notes between all involved in the negotiations, the parties - Georgia, Russia and Switzerland, which acted as a kind of moderator of the talks. In the end, it is necessary to state that the Section of Georgia's interests in Russia after the conflict between the two countries, with the assistance of the Embassy of Switzerland in the Russian Federation. The official name assigned to the newly created Agency was "Embassy of Switzerland in the Russian Federation, the Section of interests of Georgia".

With the purpose of complying with the parity of interests of the countries involved in the negotiations, the Swiss Embassy in the capital of Georgia - Tbilisi - opened the Section of interests of the Russian Federation in this city. This institution now occupies the former building of the Russian Embassy in Tbilisi.

The section of interests of Georgia

Section of interests of Georgia at Embassy of Switzerland in Moscow is at, which previously housed the Embassy of Georgia in the Russian Federation. Its official address 121069, Russian Federation, Moscow, Maly Rzhevsky pereulok, 6. To call the interests section of Georgia by phone (495) 690-46-57.

But if you have a question that requires a personal decision, you can visit the organization to its timetable: it operates every weekday from 10.00 to 18.00 with a lunch break from 13.00 to 14.00. The closest metro to this establishment - Kremlin, which is located on the Sokolnicheskaya line. In particular, by applying this formal organization can resolve issues such as immigration to Georgia and the like.