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Cyprus visa application centres now in 16 cities in India

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VFS Global has expanded the network of Cyprus visa application centres in India with centres for applicants now launched in four additional cities of Thiruvananthapuram, Goa, Gurugram, and Jaipur. The latest expansion takes the network of Cyprus visa centres to a total of 16 cities in India. The centre in Thiruvananthapuram was inaugurated by Demetrios A Theophylactou, high commissioner of Cyprus to India.

Theophylactou said, “It is a pleasure to inaugurate the Cyprus visa application centre, operated by VFS Global. The opening is quite timely, also due to a noticeable increase in visa related queries from Kerala. I do believe that this centre would further expand and enhance visa services and also promote people-to-people contacts, thus contributing to our bilateral relations. Kerala is a major state with a large percentage of human capital working abroad; therefore, the centre fulfills a vital service with respect to the provision of information and guidelines to applicants who intend on visiting Cyprus for tourism, business, study, as well as employment purposes. The centre would work in close cooperation with the consular department of the high commission to achieve the goal of timely and efficient issuance of visas.”

VFS Global has served the Government of Cyprus in India since 2015. Globally, the company serves the client government since 2010, through a network of 21 visa application centres in seven countries.

Vinay Malhotra, chief operating officer – Middle East and South Asia, VFS Global, said, “Cyprus is fast emerging as a popular destination of choice for leisure and business travellers from India, due to its abundant natural beauty and historical heritage. As the number of visitors to this beautiful Mediterranean nation increases, we are proud and committed to expand the network of Cyprus visa application centres across the South Asia region as a whole, with more centres planned in Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh in the coming months.”

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