Belarus affirms visa Exemption agreement with Ecuador

December 12, 2014
Belarus approves visa exemption agreement with Ecuador

Belarus diplomats of National Assembly has approved for the bilateral relaxation of visas with Ecuador. The agreement was signed in the month of June 2014 in Quito. This visa abolition is applicable to all individuals of both the nations of Ecuador and Belarus who hold travel evidences. Apart from this, an applicant can also travel and exit across the national territories without any restrictions for 30 days, according to Belarusian deputy foreign minister, Yelena Kupchina.

She further noted that travelers are not allowed to stay in the country for more than 90 days in a year. By presenting individuals permanent resident consent, individuals can return and depart to their native nations without holding any visas. Both the countries have the right to decrease overseas nations’ stay duration without giving any explanation for actions and for declining the entry. Both the nations can also append this agreement temporarily or permanently, in the interests of the country’s protection, natural calamities, with public order, technological accidents, and public health or on the condition of epidemics or in any of the difficulty conditions. 

The minister said that individuals, who hold appropriate travel proofs can transit, depart, enter and stay in the country for sightseeing or for investing in business without possessing any visa for the country. This new visa exemption would surge the mutual relationships in economy, politics, culture, trade and science, according to Yelena Kupchina.

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