Kazakhstan and Andorra sign visa exemption agreement

Kazakh Foreign Minister Mukhtar Tileuberdi and Andorra’s Foreign Minister Maria Ubach signed a bilateral visa exemption agreement during Ubach’s first official visit to Kazakhstan on August 4, reports the Kazakh foreign Ministry’s press service.

The agreement provides Kazakhstan’s citizens with 90 days of visa-free travel to Andorra during a 365-day period. It is expected that the document will considerably increase the tourist flow.

The ministers agreed that bilateral relations are stable, progressive, and focused on fostering constructive cooperation.

During a meeting between Kazakh Prime Minister Alikhan Smailov and Andorra’s Foreign Minister Ubach, Prime Minister Smailov noted that Kazakhstan-Andorra trade and investment cooperation had great potential and expansion of bilateral ties in tourism is of special relevance.

Andorra’s Foreign Minister said that the development of ski tourism was a promising direction for Andorra.

Kazakhstan and Andorra cooperate within international bodies and work to build inter-parliamentary cooperation on the platforms provided by the Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly and the OSCE (The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe) Parliamentary Assembly.

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