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Opening a bank account in Moscow - a EU legislation question

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Good Day!

I was wondering weather someone here would know the answer to this kind of situation:

If a European citizen travels to Russia on a regular basis (for example once or twice every two or three months) and they want to open a bank account in order to send and receive money to and from a European country (because Western Union fees get somewhat high when sending large sums of money).

This person comes here, not to work but to visit friends etc. therefore wont have temporary registration, letter from employer etc..

What's your take on this situation? What does this person need to do to open a bank account in Moscow?

I appreciate your time and advice!

Best regards

Paul

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