Show money: EU border guards began to check the solvency of Russians

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    Confirmation can be cash or cards of non-Russian banks.

    Russians who have recently visited EU countries complain about the innovation they encountered when entering the EU, writes The Moscow Times. European border guards began to selectively check the availability of funds for the entire stay in the country. You must present either cash at check-in. or a bank card valid in Europe.

    The publication knows five such cases: three times they complained about such a reception in Germany and once each in France and Austria. However, one of the interlocutors, a 46-year-old Muscovite, said that in Frankfurt she had to spend 12 hours at the airport, since the German border guards were not satisfied with the card of the Chinese payment system Union Pay from Rosselkhozbank. The Muscovite had to wait until the missing amount was brought from Istanbul to her and her companion, only after that she was able to enter the city.

    Visa consultants explained that many countries have requirements regarding the availability of funds for the trip. Those arriving in Germany are required to have at least 100 euros for each day of the trip, to Finland – about 50 euros, to Austria – 60 euros per day, in Spain – 90 euros, in Italy – 45 euros. If the money is stored on the card, you must present statements of the funds stored on the accounts. If there is no such money, you can present sponsorship letters from relatives or employers.

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