Belarus' Parliamentarians agree for visa abolition regime with Mongolia

April 11, 2014
 Belarus agree for visa abolition regime
According to some news reports, Belarusian parliamentarians have passed a bill ratifying their government’s agreement with Mongolia abolishing the need for a visa to enter, stay/reside and transit through each other’s countries. It is a reciprocal agreement and it applies for Mongolia’s nationals as well as to those from Belarus. The maximum stay period which applies for the duration of stay and transit is for 90 days. The members of parliament also ratified an agreement that allows for members of diplomatic corps and related officials to stay and transit in each other’s country for the whole accreditation period. 

A similar agreement relating to members of diplomatic corps and related officials allowing them to stay and transit through each other’s country for 30 days which was put in place between Belarus and Sri Lanka was also ratified by the MPs. But, the passports of the beneficiaries should be valid for at least 6 months further to their arrival in the country. 

The members of parliament also ratified agreements relating to trade, commerce and economic cooperation between Belarus and Bolivia and Belarus and Sri Lanka.   
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