Consulate of Spain in Cuba will only accept euros in cash in payment of procedures

The Spanish consulate in Cuba announced this Friday that as of July 1 its services can only be paid in euros and with cash.

In addition, the exact amount must be carried, according to a statement published this Friday on their Twitter account.

Likewise, it updated the price list of some of its procedures: passports 30 euros, visas 80, legalizations and certifications 10.

CyberCuba He wrote to the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs to find out what other option Cubans who cannot buy euros have and if there will be new measures in the future, but until the time of writing this note they had not responded to the messages sent.

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