The citizens of Armenia and Uzbekistan can spend 90 days in the other country without a visa.
The Armenian Government approved the draft inter-governmental agreement which was presented by Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian.
He said the signing of the agreement is necessary in terms of boosting the bilateral relations, strengthening mutually beneficial economic, trade and other ties between Armenia and Uzbekistan.
“The agreement aims to regulate the regime of mutual visits of the citizens of both states. It defines that the two countries’ citizens with ordinary or diplomatic passports can visit the other country without a need to obtain a visa,” FM Nalbandian said.
Taking into account that Uzbekistan has proposed to sign a bilateral agreement in this field, as well as Uzbekistan’s policy in the CIS, the Armenian Foreign Ministry supports signing the mentioned agreement.
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