Vietnam Consulate in Belarus
On 01/24/1992, Vietnam and Belarus withdrew establish diplomatic relations at ambassadorial level. Belarus has drawn up its embassy in Vietnam since 1998. Vietnam have set up an embassy in Belarus 10/2003, and appointed the first resident ambassador in Belarus withdrew 3/2005. You can see below for address of Vietnam embassy in Belarus to contact instead.
Vietnam Embassy in Belarus
Add: 3 Mozajskovo Street, Minsk, Belarus
Tel: 391538 – Fax: 374879
Vietnam Consulate isn’t open in Belarus. So if you want to apply Vietnam visa and you are living far from Vietnam embassy or you don’t have a lot of time. Don’t be confuse because there is now the best way to get visa. It’s Vietnam visa on arrival which is fast and convenience.
Please note that visa on arrival is available at international airport of Vietnam only.
- Link to apply Vietnam visa on arrival : http://www.evisavietnam.org
- Email for support : firstname.lastname@example.org
National anthem: My Belarusy
President: Alexander Lukashenko
Population: 9.473 million (2011)
Official languages: Russian Language, Belarusian language
Government: Republic, Presidential system
Belarusian cuisine consists mainly of vegetables, meat (especially pork), and breads. Foods are usually either slowly cooked or stewed. A typical Belarusian eats a light breakfast and two hearty meals, with dinner being the largest meal of the day. Wheat and rye breads are consumed in Belarus, but rye is more plentiful because conditions are too harsh for growing wheat. To show hospitality, a host traditionally presents an offering of bread and salt when greeting a guest or visitor. Popular drinks in Belarus include Russian wheat vodka and kvass, a drink made from fermented malted brown bread or rye flour. Kvass may also be combined with sliced vegetables to create a cold soup called okroshka.