Head of the Consular Section: Mr. Anton BUZANAKOV.
Address: Scheveningseweg 2, 2517 KT Den Haag (map).
Phones (9:00-12:00): +31 70 364 64 73, +31 70 364 07 80.
Fax: +31 70 365 86 34.
Opening hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-13:00
For all the information about visas you are kindly requested to contact the Russian visa application centre in the Hague, Tel.: +31 70 219 50 27.
The Consular Section of the Embassy will be closed from January 1, 2021 up until January 11, 2020 due to the Russian public holidays.
Due to the aggravation of the sanitary and epidemiological situation in the Netherlands,
the Consular Section of the Russian Embassy requests all visitors to strictly observe personal health safety standards (the use of face masks and gloves, 1.5 meter social distancing) in order to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus infection.
On July 1, 2020, the Consular Section of the Russian Embassy will be closed due to a vote on approving amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation.
Holidays of the Consular section for the year 2020
According to the Russian calendar of holidays the Consular section will be closed in 2020 on the following dates: January 1-8, February 24, March 9, May 1-5 and 11, June 12 and November 4.
The Dutch holidays do not apply to the Russian consulate
E-visas for Saint Petersburg and the Leningrad region
E-visas for Kaliningrad region
From July 1, 2019, citizens of some foreign countries will be able to get single entry business, humanitarian and tourist electronic visas (e-visas) to visit the Kaliningrad region. For more information, please click here.
About the entry to Russia with two passports: one cancelled with a Russian visa and a new one without a Russian visa
According to current Russian legislation, entry to the Russian Federation of foreign citizens and stateless persons holding a cancelled passport with a valid Russian visa and a new passport without such a visa is not allowed.In such cases foreign citizens or stateless persons are to refer to the Russian consulate that has issued the visa prior to their planned trip to Russia in order to transfer the valid Russian visa from the cancelled passport to the new one.
The Russian Visa Centre In the Hague.
Attention ! Scammers !
Attention ! Scammers !
The Embassy would like to draw your attention to the activity of a fraudulent website www.consulateofrussia.com, which is used to extort financial resources from foreign citizens by deception. The general scheme of such malpractices is very simple:
1. After making an acquaintance with a “Russian lady” on a dating website, a foreign citizen invites her to stay with him as a guest;
2. Under the pretext of clarifying the visa requirements the “lady” gives the address of the fraudulent website of the “Consulate General Russia”;
3. The “Consulate” confirms the necessity to transfer financial means to the “lady’s” bank account for the “financial guarantees of her stay” during her departure from Russia to the EU.
In this regard we would like to remind all, whom it may concern, about the necessity to exercise utmost vigilance when making acquaintances through dating sites. If under any pretext you are asked to transfer money, you must never do it under any circumstances.
The legislation of the Russian Federation does not require Russian citizens to provide to the authorities in the airport of departure any proof of possessing the financial means for the period of their stay abroad.
If you are advised to ask the above mentioned “Consulate General Russia” for the confirmation of the necessity to transfer the financial means, we request you to keep in mind that its website is fake and has no relation whatsoever either to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia or to Russian Consular Missions abroad.
Please note also that the only authentic official website of the Embassy and the Consulate of Russia in the Netherlands is http://netherlands.mid.ru. The Embassy e-mail: email@example.com. The e-mail for enquiries of the Consular section of the Embassy: firstname.lastname@example.org.