Aktuelle Reisewarnungen für Russische Föderation

Letzte Aktualisierung: Freitag, 20. Mai 2022 um 08:14

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Reisewarnungen in dieser Region [Zur Weltkarte].

Aktuelle Einschätzung: 4.4 / 5

Russische Föderation ist ein Land in Europa (Osteuropa) mit etwa 141 Millionen Einwohnern und einer Landfläche von 17.100.000 km². Es liegen aus 8 verschiedenen Quellen Hinweise zu diesem Land vor.

Angrenzende Nachbarländer: 3,5 / 5

Russische Föderation grenzt an 14 Nachbarstaaten über Land für dieses Land beträgt der Reisewarnindex 3,5 (im Durchschnitt der Länderwerte). Es wurden für alle angrenzenden Nachbarländer Hinweise gefunden: Belarus (4,9), Ukraine (4,7), Nordkorea (4,4), Aserbaidschan (3,9), China (3,4), Kasachstan (3,4), Georgien (3,3), Finnland (3,0), Mongolei (3,0), Norwegen (3,0), Polen (3,0), Estland (2,8), Litauen mit (2,8) und Lettland mit (2,8 von 5). Siehe hierzu auch die Gefahrenkarte.

Aktuelle Informationen zu Covid-19

Das European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control meldet aktuell 18.264.836 Fälle von COVID-19 (Infection mit SARS-CoV-2 oder Coronavirus).

Es werden aktuell 377.759 Todesfälle mit Bezug zur Erkrankung in Russische Föderation gemeldet.

Quelle: www.ecdc.europa.eu


Aktuelle Einzelmeldungen / Reisehinweise

Neuseeländische Regierung

Quelle: https://www.safetravel.govt.nz/russian-federation

Nationale Warnung: Diese Meldung gilt für das gesamte Land.

Zusammenfassung:
Do not travel to Russia due to the impacts the armed conflict with Ukraine has had on commercial flight availability and access to financial services.  There is also potential for the security situation to deteriorate with little warning. Do not travel to Chechnya, Dagestan, Ingushetia, Kabardino-Balkaria, Karachai-Cherkessia, Republic of North Ossetia and the south-east parts of Stavropol Krai in the North Caucasian Federal District. Terrorism, kidnapping and military activity in these areas presents a significant risk to security.

Reisewarnstufe: 5

Do not travel / Extreme Risk.

Deutsche Regierung

Quelle: https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/de/ReiseUndSicherheit/russischefoederationsicherheit/201536

Nationale Warnung: Diese Meldung gilt für das gesamte Land.

Zusammenfassung:
Russische Föderation: Reise- und Sicherheitshinweise (Teilreisewarnung). The German government advises againt travelling this country.

Reisewarnstufe: 3

Regional Travel Warning.

Australische Regierung

Quelle: https://www.smartraveller.gov.au/destinations/europe/russia

Nationale Warnung: Diese Meldung gilt für das gesamte Land.

Zusammenfassung:
Do not travel to Russia due to the security environment and military conflict with Ukraine. If you’re in Russia, leave immediately using the limited commercial options available or private means if it’s safe to do so. The Australian Government has authorised the voluntary departure of dependants of Australian Embassy staff in Moscow. The security situation could deteriorate further with little warning. The Russian parliament has passed laws that severely inhibit free speech related to the current situation, imposing restrictions on the publishing and distribution of information related to the Russian armed forces and any military operations. Remain vigilant and avoid any protests or demonstrations and commenting publicly on political developments. Non-participating bystanders can draw scrutiny from security forces and have been detained. Given the substantial police presence and mass arrests, you should avoid demonstrations and any demonstration-related activities. Russian authorities may adopt a more negative attitude towards foreigners in Russia. Russian authorities may enforce local laws in an arbitrary manner. You may be interrogated without cause by Russian officials, and may become a victim of harassment, mistreatment, and extortion. The US Government issued travel advice on 29 March advising that Russian security services have arrested US citizens on spurious charges, singled out US citizens in Russia for detention and/or harassment, denied them fair and transparent treatment, and have convicted them in secret trials and/or without presenting credible evidence. The US Government warns that Russian officials may unreasonably delay consular assistance to detained US citizens. Conscription occurs regularly in Russia. The government may subject males it regards as Russian to mandatory conscription, regardless of any other citizenship held. Conscription in Russia occurs semi-annually and, conscripts typically serve one year. The first conscription of 2022 will take place from 1 April to 15 July. If you’re in Russia, register your whereabouts on the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's registration portal for Australian citizens in Russia – see the 'Safety' section for details on how to register. Keep your registration details up to date to ensure we’re aware of your situation and can provide you with the latest information. Continue to monitor Smartraveller for updates. If, despite our advice, you remain in Russia you may be affected by shortages of essential products and services. Several security incidents have occurred in the Belgorod region of Russia bordering Ukraine, including an explosion at a fuel depot. The security situation in the region could deteriorate at short notice. You shouldn't attempt to travel to the Russia-Ukraine border or cross into Ukraine from Russia. On 11 April 2022, the EU announced that 21 Russian owned airlines were banned from flying in EU airspace due to safety concerns. DFAT doesn't provide information on the safety of individual commercial airlines or flight paths. If you’re flying domestically or internationally, you should research your aviation provider. Commercial travel routes between Russia and Europe have been impacted by measures taken in response to military action in Ukraine. A number of Russian airports are now closed to the public. The train service between St Petersburg and Helsinki is suspended. Bus services to Finland are operating. If you’re planning to depart Russia, confirm with your transport operator that services are still operating. There are reports of non-Russian credit and debit cards being declined in Russia. Be prepared with alternate means of payment should your cards be declined. If you decide to stay in Russia, review your personal security plans. You’re responsible for your own safety and that of your family. Make sure your travel documents are up to date. If you have significant concerns for your welfare, or that of another Australian, contact the Consular Emergency Centre on 1300 555 135 in Australia or +61 2 6261 3305 outside Australia. We continue to advise: Do not travel to Russia overall due to the security environment and military conflict with Ukraine.   

Reisewarnstufe: 5

Do not travel.

US Amerikanische Regierung

Quelle: http://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/traveladvisories/russia-travel-advisory.html

Nationale Warnung: Diese Meldung gilt für das gesamte Land.

Zusammenfassung:
Click Here for Important Information for U.S. Citizens Seeking to Depart Russia (Updated Daily). Do not travel to Russia due to the unprovoked and unjustified invasion of Ukraine by Russian military forces, the potential for harassment against U.S. citizens by Russian government security officials, the singling out of U.S. citizens in Russia by Russian government security officials including for detention, the arbitrary enforcement of local law, limited flights into and out of Russia, the Embassy’s limited ability to assist U.S. citizens in Russia, COVID-19-related restrictions, and terrorism. U.S. citizens residing or travelling in Russia should depart Russia immediately. U.S. citizens should note that U.S. credit and debit cards no longer work in Russia, and options to electronically transfer funds from the United States are extremely limited as a result of sanctions imposed on Russian banks. There are reports of cash shortages within Russia. Limited commercial flight options and overland routes by car and bus are still open and available. If you wish to depart Russia, you should make arrangements on your own as soon as possible. The U.S. Embassy has severe limitations on its ability to assist U.S. citizens, and conditions, including transportation options, may suddenly become even more limited. U.S. citizens who are able to depart Russia for another country and are in need of emergency assistance upon arrival may contact a U.S. embassy or consulate in that country. Due to Russia’s further invasion of Ukraine, an increasing number of airlines are cancelling flights into and out of Russia, and numerous countries have closed their airspace to Russian airlines. In addition, airspace around southern Russia is restricted, and a number of airports in the area have closed. U.S. citizens located in, or considering travel to, the districts of the Russian Federation immediately bordering Ukraine should be aware that the situation along the border is dangerous and unpredictable. Given the ongoing armed conflict, U.S. citizens are strongly advised against traveling by land from Russia to Ukraine. In addition, there is the potential throughout Russia of harassment of foreigners, including through regulations targeted specifically against foreigners. The U.S. government’s ability to provide routine or emergency services to U.S. citizens in Russia is severely limited, particularly in areas far from the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, due to Russian government limitations on travel, the number of U.S. staff, and the ongoing suspension of operations, including consular services, at U.S. consulates. On February 28, the Department of State authorized the voluntary departure of eligible family members and non-emergency personnel from U.S. Embassy Moscow. Do Not Travel to: The North Caucasus, including Chechnya and Mount Elbrus, due to terrorism, kidnapping, and risk of civil unrest. Crimea due to Russia’s occupation of the Ukrainian territory and abuses by its occupying authorities. Country Summary: U.S. citizens, including former and current U.S. government and military personnel and private citizens engaged in business, who are visiting or residing in Russia have been interrogated without cause and threatened by Russian officials, and may become victims of harassment, mistreatment, and extortion. All U.S. government personnel should carefully consider their need to travel to Russia. Russian security services have arrested U.S. citizens on spurious charges, singled out U.S. citizens in Russia for detention and/or harassment, denied them fair and transparent treatment, and have convicted them in secret trials and/or without presenting credible evidence. Russian officials may unreasonably delay U.S. consular assistance to detained U.S. citizens. Russian authorities arbitrarily enforce local laws against U.S. citizen religious workers and open questionable criminal investigations against U.S. citizens engaged in religious activity. Russian security services are increasing the arbitrary enforcement of local laws to target foreign and international organizations they consider “undesirable,” and U.S. citizens should avoid travel to Russia to perform work for or volunteer with non-governmental organizations. Russian authorities may not notify the U.S. Embassy of the detention of a U.S. citizen, and consular access to detainees may be denied or severely delayed. Russia enforces special restrictions on dual U.S.-Russian nationals and may refuse to acknowledge dual nationals’ U.S. citizenship, including denying access to U.S. consular assistance and preventing their departure from Russia. The rights to peaceful assembly and freedom of expression are not guaranteed in Russia, and U.S. citizens should avoid all political or social protests. Terrorist groups, transnational and local terrorist organizations, and individuals inspired by extremist ideology continue plotting possible attacks in Russia. Terrorists may attack with little or no warning, targeting tourist locations, transportation hubs, markets/shopping malls, local government facilities, hotels, clubs, restaurants, places of worship, parks, major sporting and cultural events, educational institutions, airports, and other public areas. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a Notice to Air Missions (NOTAM) prohibiting U.S. aviation operations into, out of, within, or over those areas of the Moscow Flight Information Region (FIR), the Samara FIR (UWWW) and the Rostov-na-Donu (URRV) FIR within 160NM of the boundaries of the Dnipro (UKDV) Flight Information Regions. For more information, U.S. citizens should consult the Federal Aviation Administration’s Prohibitions, Restrictions, and Notices. Read the country information page for additional information on travel to Russia. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has determined Russia has a high level of COVID-19.  Visit the CDC page for the latest Travel Health Information related to your travel.  There are restrictions in place affecting U.S. citizen entry into Russia.

Reisewarnstufe: 5

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Kanadische Regierung

Quelle: https://travel.gc.ca/destinations/russia

Nationale Warnung: Diese Meldung gilt für das gesamte Land.

Zusammenfassung:
The Canadian goverment suggests: Avoid all travel.

Reisewarnstufe: 5

Avoid all travel.

Finnische Regierung

Quelle: https://um.fi/resemeddelande/-/c/RU

Nationale Warnung: Diese Meldung gilt für das gesamte Land.

Zusammenfassung:
Undvik alla resor - Undvik alla resor till Ryssland. Avlägsna dig omedelbart från gränsområdet mellan Ryssland och Ukraina i området kring Belgorod, Voronezj och Rostov (i närheten av Luhansk och Donetsk på den ukrainska sidan) på grund av det skärpta säkerhetsläget. I hela Ryssland ska man vara ytterst försiktig i trafiken, i metron, på järnvägsstationer och flygplatser. Undvik demonstrationer. Håll noga reda på pass och värdeföremål. Om du råkar ut för en krissituation, agera lugnt och följ de lokala myndigheternas anvisningar.

Reisewarnstufe: 5

Avoid Travelling..

Finnische Regierung

https://um.fi/resemeddelande/-/c/RU

Regionale Warnung: Diese Meldung betrifft nur einen Teil des Landes.

Zusammenfassung:
Lämna landet omedelbart

Reisewarnstufe: 5

Leave area immediately..

Wenn von einer Behörde eines Landes mehrere Meldungen gelistet werden, bedeutet dies, dass in diesem Land regionale Unterschiede in der Sicherheitslage bestehen. Einzelne Meldungen können Gebiete ausweisen die sicherer oder unsicherer als die Hauptmeldung sind. Hier empfiehlt es sich die Mitteilung der jeweiligen Behörde zu lesen. Zusätzlicher Hinweis: Da die Einstufung ein automatisierter Prozess ist, kann dieser nur als erster Schritt für eine eigene Recherche gelten. Schau' dir bitte auch die einzelnen Quellen an.


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Länderflagge

Basisfakten

Einwohner
etwa 141 Millionen
Fläche (Land, Inseln)
17.100.000 km²
Elektrizität
220V - 50Hz
Währung
Ruble (RUB)
ISO 2-Buchstaben Code
RU
Vorwahl
+7
Top Level Domain
.ru
Mobile Frequenzen (MHz)
900/1800

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Häufig gestellte Fragen

Hier ein paar kompakte Antworten auf häufig gestellte Fragen zur Reisesicherheit in Russische Föderation.

Liegen für Russische Föderation Reisewarnungen oder -Hinweise vor?

Aktuell liegen für Russische Föderation Hinweise aus 8 Ländern vor. Die aktuelle Durschnittsbewertung liegt bei 4.4 von 5 Punkten.

Ist Russische Föderation in 2020 zum Reisen sicher?

Für Russische Föderation liegen mehrere Reisehinweise vor. Da der Warmwert über 4.4 von 5 möglichen Punkten liegt, möchten wir Ihnen empfehlen sich vor Reisenantritt bei Ihren Behörden über den genauen Zielort zu informieren.

Von wievielen Ländern liegen Reisehinweise für Russische Föderation vor?

Uns liegen aus 8 Ländern Reisehinweise für das Land Russische Föderation vor.

An welche Länder grenzt Russische Föderation direkt?

Russische Föderation grenzt an 14 Nachbarstaaten über Land für dieses Land beträgt der Reisewarnindex 3,5 (im Durchschnitt der Länderwerte). Es wurden für alle angrenzenden Nachbarländer Hinweise gefunden: Belarus (4,9), Ukraine (4,7), Nordkorea (4,4), Aserbaidschan (3,9), China (3,4), Kasachstan (3,4), Georgien (3,3), Finnland (3,0), Mongolei (3,0), Norwegen (3,0), Polen (3,0), Estland (2,8), Litauen mit (2,8) und Lettland mit (2,8 von 5). Siehe hierzu auch die Gefahrenkarte.


Hinweis zu den dargestellten Reisehinweisen
Die Reisehinweise zu den einzelnen Ländern werden automatisiert zusammen gestellt. Hierzu werden täglich die Feeds der jeweils zuständigen Behörden aus den jeweiligen Ländern analysiert. In einigen Fällen erfolgt eine Auswertung der Webseite selbst. Da es sich um Informationen aus unterschiedlicher Nationen handelt sind die Abstufungen der Warnungen unterschiedlich. Daher handelt es sich bei den dargestellten Informationen um eine maschinell zusammengestellte und normalisierte Darstellung, die keinen Anspruch auf Vollständigkeit und Korrektheit aufweist. Wenn wir für ein Land keine Reisewarnung anzeigen, heißt dies nicht immer es wäre 100% sicher. Die hier gezeigten Informationen sollen einen ersten Anhaltspunkt liefern. Zusätzlicher Hinweis: die Seite ist unter der Domain reisewarnung.net erreichbar, dass bedeutet aber nicht, das zwangläufig eine Reisewarnung vorliegt. Oft liegen einfach nur formale Reisehinweise vor. Diese können dazu führen, dass ein Land eine Note um die 2.0 haben kann und dennoch sehr sicher ist (wie z.B. Deutschland). Niedrigere Noten sind üblicherweise kein Signal für eine besondere Bedrohung!