§ Mr. Mackinlay
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs in which(a) regions and (b) cities there are European Commission representative offices in the Russian Federation outside of Moscow. 
§ Mr. Mackinlay
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs in which(a) regions and (b) cities there are diplomatic representations of European Union member states in the Russian Federation outside of Moscow, indicating which of these posts issue visas to Russian nationals to travel to (i) EU countries in the Schengen zone and (ii) EU countries outside the Schengen zone. 
§ Mr. Vaz
[holding answer 8 November 1999]: The following European Union member states have representations in the Russian Federation outside Moscow:
- Austria—St. Petersburg (Honorary Consulate—no visa service)
- Denmark—Kaliningrad, St. Petersburg
- Finland—Karelyia, Murmansk, St. Petersburg
- France—St. Petersburg
- Germany—Novosibirsk, St. Petersburg, Saratov
- Greece—Novorosisk, St. Petersburg
- Italy—St. Petersburg
- Netherlands—St. Petersburg
- United Kingdom—Ekaterinburg, St. Petersburg.
Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain and Sweden are represented only in Moscow.
Those EU member states who are party to the Schengen agreement (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal and Spain) issue Schengen visas as well as visas solely for travel to their own country. None of the EU member states issue visas to Russians for travel to EU countries outside the Schengen zone.