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Cypriot flag Embassy of Cyprus in Copenhagen

AddressH.C. Andersens Boulevard 38, 1. tv
1553 København (Copenhagen) V
Denmark
Phonelocal: 3391.5888
international: +45.3391.5888
Faxlocal: 3332.3037
international: +45.3332.3037
Emailcopenhagenembassy@mfa.gov.cy
Web sitehttp://www.mfa.gov.cy/embassycopenhagen
Hours08:00 – 15:30

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Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai
Sun, 8 Nov 2015 09:58 EST
Cyprus visa free entry information
Hi 

   

    Sir  



This is Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai from (Afghanistan) sir I want to know about Cyprus visa free entry is this visa free or on arrival for (Afghan) citizens or require visa before to visit 

Please respond Me back thanks 
Email ahmadzaiwali@live.com
      Ahmadzaiwali100@gmail.com


      Best regards.
Rajesh Sharma
Tue, 19 Feb 2013 10:39 EST
About visa
hello.
I am Rajesh Sharma. And me and my children have Danish passport. but my wife have an india passport and she is living here in denmark since 5 years as a permanant residence. I just want to ask you that, does my wife need visa to go to Cyprus?
Thanks

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