The relationship between Vietnam and Mongolia has taken a significant step forward with the recent signing of an Agreement on Visa Exemption for the citizens of both countries. This historic development is expected to boost trade cooperation, tourism, and people-to-people exchanges between the two nations.
The visa exemption agreement between Vietnam and Mongolia is set to create favorable conditions for citizens of both countries to travel, live, study, and work in each other’s territories. By removing the barriers associated with visa requirements, this agreement will serve as a bridge to bolster the already friendly relations between the two nations.
One of the primary goals of the visa exemption agreement is to foster stronger trade cooperation between Vietnam and Mongolia. With simplified travel procedures, businesses from both countries will have increased opportunities to explore new markets, establish partnerships, and expand their operations. This agreement is expected to lead to a surge in bilateral trade as it promotes ease of doing business between Vietnam and Mongolia.
Tourism is another sector that stands to benefit significantly from the visa exemption agreement. Vietnam and Mongolia are both known for their rich cultural heritage, breathtaking landscapes, and warm hospitality. By removing the hassle of visa applications, more tourists from both countries will be encouraged to explore each other’s wonders. This agreement will not only increase the number of visitors but also enhance cultural exchanges and promote a deeper understanding between the two nations.
The visa exemption agreement will also facilitate increased people-to-people exchanges between Vietnam and Mongolia. Students, researchers, and professionals will be able to travel more freely, enabling them to share knowledge, expertise, and experiences. This exchange of ideas and skills will contribute to the development and progress of both countries. Furthermore, it will foster a deeper sense of friendship and cooperation among the citizens of Vietnam and Mongolia.
With the visa exemption agreement in place, the future looks promising for Vietnam and Mongolia. The strengthened bilateral ties will open up new horizons for economic growth, cultural diversity, and mutually beneficial collaborations. The citizens of both countries can now embark on a journey of exploration, understanding, and friendship.
In conclusion, the visa exemption agreement between Vietnam and Mongolia is a significant milestone in the history of their relationship. It will not only boost trade cooperation, tourism, and people-to-people exchanges but also serve as a testament to the enduring friendship between the two nations. As Vietnam and Mongolia continue to create favorable conditions and protect the rights of each other’s citizens, the bond between them will only grow stronger.
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Vietnam has recently announced the approval of the revised Vietnam Immigration Law, which allows citizens of countries subject to Vietnam’s unilateral visa exemption to stay in the country for up to 45 days without needing a visa. This new policy will come into effect on August 15, 2023.
[Abuja, Nigeria] October 30, 2019, the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria signed agreement on visa exemption for diplomatic or official passport holders. The agreement is effective from November 29, 2019.
[Hanoi city, Vietnam] On January 23, 2019, the government of Vietnam – Lithuania signed a visa exemption agreement for diplomatic passport holders. This Agreement takes effect from November 17, 2019.
Due to the friendly relations of the Government of Vietnam and the Republic of Panama, Vietnam has decided to offer a 90-day visa-free entry for all citizens of Panama. To be allowed entry into Vietnam, the citizen must be holding an ordinary passport that has a minimum validity of six months.
According to the agreement between Vietnam – Panama signed on 07 June 2019 (effected on 15 January 2021), Panama ordinary passport holders are exempted from Vietnam visa for maximum 90 days. Also, Vietnamese ordinary passport holders are exempted from Panama visa for maximum 90 days.