We are pleased to inform you that the Consular Section of the Russian Embassy in Malta has resumed its operation. Please schedule an appointment for your visit here. 

At the same time, some restrictions imposed by the Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation dated March 16th, 2020, №635-r on visa categories that can be issued, remain in force. For additional visa processing information, please click here.

   In this regard, before making an appointment, please thoroughly familiarize yourself with the following categories of citizens who can apply for a visa under the current conditions:

 -  Accredited or designated employees of diplomatic missions and consular posts of foreign states in the Russian Federation, international organizations and their offices, other official posts located on the territory of the Russian Federation, as well as family members of these persons:  truck drivers of international cargo, crews of air, sea and river vessels, train and locomotive crews of international railway transport (needed: official invitation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia/ the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia).

  - Members of official delegations entering the Russian Federation;

  - Relatives of deceased close relatives (only: spouses, parents, children, adoptive parents, adopted children, guardians, trustees).

   - Family members of the citizens of the Russian Federation (only: spouses, parents, children, adoptive parents, adopted children, guardians, trustees).

    - Participants and family members of participants of the State program for assistance in voluntary relocation to the Russian Federation.

     - Persons participating in the adjustment and maintenance of foreign-made equipment specified in the list sent to the Federal security service of Russia (FSB) and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia (MVD) by the Federal Executive authority responsible for the organization-customer of foreign-made equipment (needed: official invitation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia/ the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia)

    - Persons entering the Russian Federation once who are employed as highly qualified specialists included in the list (needed: official invitation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia)

     - Persons entering the Russian Federation for the purpose of medical treatment (needed: official invitation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia/ the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia)

    - Persons entering the Russian Federation once to close relatives in need of care (only: spouses, parents, children, adoptive parents, adopted children), guardians and trustees)