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MOSCOW, October 30. /TASS/. The US embassy in Moscow will consider visa requests from Crimea’s residents under the standard procedure, US Ambassador to Russia John Tefft said on Friday.
"The question of issuing visas for Crimeans is under the supervision of the US embassy in Kiev," Tefft said. "So Crimea’s residents should apply for visas in Kiev. If a Crimean applies for a visa in Moscow, we will consider it on terms."
"If a Crimean resident has a right to receive a visa without an interview, it is possible only in Kiev," the diplomat added.