British Embassy Minsk
37, Karl Marx Street
Visa Application Centre contact: https://uk.tlscontact.com/by/msq/inquiry.php
Consular enquiries email: firstname.lastname@example.org
General enquiries email: email@example.com
Telephone +375 17 229 8200
Fax +375 17 229 8206
- Monday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5:30pm
- Friday, 9am to 3pm
To make an appointment with the Consular section please select a service you require. If you require urgent consular assistance outside of office hours, call +375 17 229 82 00
2017 public holidays
- Monday 2 January
- Monday 9 January
- Wednesday 8 March
- Friday 14 April
- Monday 17 April
- Tuesday 25 April
- Monday 1 May
- Tuesday 9 May
- Monday 29 May
- Monday 3 July
- Monday 28 August
- Tuesday 7 November
- Monday 25 December
- Tuesday 26 December
Getting to the embassy
Metro is the most convenient public transport you can use to get to the embassy. There are two metro lines in Minsk. The stations are announced in Belarusian. If you are on Line 1, the nearest station to the embassy is Kastrychnitskaya (Oktyabrskaya in Russian). If you use Line 2, it’s Kupalauskaya (Kupalovskaya).
There is no parking space in front of the embassy. The nearest available parking is about 100 m from the main entrance on Lenin Street.
You enter the embassy from the main entrance near the security booth and our Consular office from a nearby, separate entrance near the policemen’s booth. Our Security guard and/or Receptionist should know to expect you.
Visitors to the embassy will have to go through the security checkpoints at the entrance. Mobile phones and electronic devices are not allowed into the embassy. You’ll be asked to turn them off and leave them at the Reception. It is not allowed to use mobile phones in our Consular office waiting room. Only handbags and briefcases are allowed into the embassy and/or our Consular office. All bags are usually security checked.
We’d be grateful for you co-operation with our security team, because all our security measures are for the benefit of all visitors and staff.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office and our embassy are keen to ensure that their buildings and services are fully accessible to disabled members of the public. Wherever possible, we have made our buildings and services accessible.
- entrances are clear and unobstructed
- there are steps at the entrance to the embassy and Consular office; access to different floors is via a staircase internally
- a mobile ramp is available
- floor coverings are safe and even
- lighting is good
- guide dogs are welcome
If you need to visit us or use our services and feel that they may be inaccessible to you, please contact us by phone +375 17 229 82 00 and we will try to find an alternative way of providing access for you.