BERLIN (Reuters) – The Swiss government on Wednesday issued new travel documents for crossing Schengen borders and issuing visas from the Russian-occupied territory of Ukraine and the separate Georgian territories. They announced that they are no longer accepting them.
An exception to the policy change is possible if the person in possession of the document was a Russian citizen before the cutoff date, which will take effect immediately, it added.
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