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Romania’s diplomatic and consular missions issue short-term Uniform Schengen Visas as of March 31

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Romania’s diplomatic and consular missions are issuing, as of 31 March, short-term Uniform Schengen Visas, which allow third-country nationals to travel directly from Romania and without any further formalities for tourism or business purposes to other Schengen countries, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) announced.

Stays in Romania will be considered as stays in the Schengen Area and will be included in the calculation of a maximum stay of 90 days in any 180-day period.

The Uniform Schengen Visas issued by Romania will allow travel to the Schengen Area for stays of up to 90 days in any 180-day period.

MAE maintains that it has taken the necessary steps to ensure the functionality of the national visa information systems and their connection to the central systems at EU level.

Romania joined the free movement area, by fully applying, as of Sunday, the Schengen acquis and by eliminating controls at air and sea borders.

AGERPRES

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