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/ 09 Aug 2016

Travelling to Russia with prescription medication

From June 2016 the Russian government requires people entering into the country to have a Russian translation of certain prescription medication.

There is a full list of the medication requiring a translation on this website which you can see by going to


Unfortunately the website is in Russian. You can contact the Russian embassy in London to ask for more information –


Once the translation has been obtained then it will have to be notarised. Our Notaries Public can help you with this service including obtaining an Apostille from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office. For an explanation of this please see the Notary Public page on our website.

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